After Graduation

As a history major at Truman, you have the flexibility to invent your future as you chart a path for what’s next. Here’s a sampling showcasing the diverse professional opportunities our history students have pursued after graduating from Truman along with some of the places they have furthered their education.

Types of Jobs
Analyst
Archivist
Attorney
Banking Specialist
Communications
Compliance Director
Consultant
Curator of Exhibits
Data Analyst
Development Officer
English Teacher
Historical Interpreter
History Teacher
Human Resources Manager
Librarian
Market Research Coordinator
Museum Curator
Policy Analyst
Research Historian
Social Studies Teacher
Systems Analyst
Theology Teacher
Web Analyst
Web Design

Career Opportunities
Anheuser Busch Foundation
Cerner Corporation
Circus World Museum
Citibank
Columbia Public Schools
Department of Defense
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Fort Zumwalt School District
Francis Howell School District
Girl Scouts of America
Husch Blackwell LLP
John Deere Foundation
Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies
Lathrop & Gage LLP
Library of Congress
Missouri Botanical Gardens
Missouri State Archive
Missouri Veterans Cemetery
National Archives
Omaha Public Schools
Saint Louis University
School District of St. Charles
Shelter Foundation
Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP
St. Louis Public Schools
State of Missouri
The Boeing Company
U.S. Dept. of Interior/National Park Service
United Securities and Exchange Commission
United States Department of Agriculture
US State Department

Graduate/Professional School
University
Arizona State University
Case Western Reserve University School of Law
DePaul University
Drake University Law School
Drexel University Law School
George Mason University
Harvard Law School
Indiana University-Bloomington
King’s College
Meredith College
New Mexico State University
Princeton Theological Seminary
Saint Louis University School of Law
Simmons College
Texas A&M University
Tulane University Law School
University of Chicago
University of Colorado-Boulder
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
University of Iowa
University of Maryland, School of Public Policy
University of Michigan
University of Minnesota
University of Missouri-Columbia
University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law
University of Nebraska College of Law
University of San Francisco School of Law
University of St. Andrews
University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Villanova University
Washington University

Where can your Truman degree take you?
Truman’s vibrant learning community allows you to explore everything that sparks your curiosity as you develop effective communication, problem-solving and leadership skills for a successful career launch. Starting your first year at Truman, you can use helpful resources provided by Truman’s Career Center to find internship and employment opportunities based on your career interests and goals.

Career Center
Career Center