Students who have graduated from the Bard Sociology Program are prepared to work in many different fields. Graduates have pursued teaching, with some students entering masters in teaching programs at Bard and elsewhere, while others have been accepted to programs that provide teaching experience and paths to careers in education. Others have gone on to work for nonprofit organizations around the world.
Dariel Vasquez and Harry Johnson (L-R)
Harry Johnson '17 and Dariel Vasquez '17
Some students have stayed at Bard after graduation, working in a variety of settings. Two students from the Sociology Program, Dariel Vasquez and Harry Johnson, have developed Brothers at Bard, a program that supports young men of color. They began the program as students and have since received national recognition for their work.