Careers in Sociology - Graduate Schools and Opportunities
We have the latest versions of the ASA Guide to Graduate Programs in Sociology in the office at 201 Fernald Hall.
And here are some links you might find helpful:
Summer Fellowships Available: New Era Colorado a local nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that works to engage young people in the political process through civic engagement, advocacy, and leadership development. We’re an innovative vehicle for hands-on democracy working to empower our generation. Summer 2013 they are offering a fulltime summer fellowship program in Denver to train the next generation of young leaders to create change in their communities. The Democracy Fellows will learn to lead, organize, and advocate for the issues they are passionate about, and can receive need-based stipends for their participation. They’ll learn from the best in their fields in Colorado how to write field plans, craft a media strategy, build relationships with volunteers, and more. Click here for a flyer on the program. (3-22-13)
Criminology and criminal justice are areas in which many people have career interests. Adding the Crime, Law, Deviance concentration to your degree program will assure that you have the background needed should you choose to continue on for a master’s degree in criminology or criminal justice or begin your career in these fields. Click here for an article about job growth in criminology and criminal justice.