Imagining a better, more equal world is a key part of ethnic studies at Lawrence. Spreading the light to the broader global community is the next step.

Lawrentians can go on to pursue careers in primary and secondary education, law, medicine, health and public health, social work, human resources, activism, psychology or counseling, communications, creative and visual arts, journalism and media, politics, business and finance, and international relations.

They can also pursue advanced degrees in American studies, ethnic studies, cultural studies, gender studies, and urban planning.

Examples of recent employers

  • Long Beach Opera
  • Providence St. Mel School
  • Boys & Girls Club of America

Examples of recent graduate programs

  • University of Cincinnati 
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