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Career Pathways

Through our Career Pathways Program, we build bridges to career and internship opportunities for our students, assisting them as they cross these bridges and prepare for a life of human flourishing and faithful service.

But this program is also a process:  we encourage students to think about their future employment in vocational terms, i.e. what is God calling each person to do professionally, as a means to serving God and the common good?  And further, we encourage students to develop a theological understanding of how they can integrate their faith and their work, thereby sanctifying the world and answering the Church’s universal call to holiness.

Vocation Discernment

Considering a religious vocation? Magdalen College is an ideal place to discern and cultivate a religious vocation.

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Program Details

Program Details

When at Thanksgiving your uncle asks, “What will you do with that degree?” our Career Pathways Program can help you answer with confidence.

New York City Experience

New York City Experience

During spring break, Magdalen College students have the opportunity to meet leaders across a variety of professions in New York City, building a network of professional contacts.

Chance Hebert teaches at Mount Royal Academy

Cardinal Newman Teaching Institute

Each May, student interns gain teaching experience under the direction of mentor teachers and participate in professional development seminars in the evenings.

Liberal Arts

Liberal Arts

Liberal education can provide the foundation and formation for a lifetime of professional success.

Alumni Success

Alumni Success

Magdalen College graduates are finding success in a variety of professional fields as well as in religious life.

Magdalen Students “Writing the Light”

Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts is delighted to announce that students and alumni of the College have been selected to participate in an iconography workshop under the renowned iconographer George Kordis.  This extraordinary program, “Writing the Light,” will be held in Athens and Crete late this summer.   Through generous benefactors, Ms. Keri Wiederspahn, who...

Leo XIII’s “Revolution” and Subsidiarity in Daily Life

The following remarks were offered by one of our theology professors, Karl Cooper, at a recent conference on Wendell Berry. Pope Leo XIII’s encyclical Rerum Novarum (1891) inaugurated the modern economic age and placed the Catholic Church right in the middle of it.  The Church’s answer to the industrial revolution, Rerum Novarum describes two worlds,...

Alumna Co-Authors Screenplay for Major Fátima Film

Magdalen College is proud to announce that Dr. Barbara Nicolosi Harrington, ‘94, has co-written the screenplay for Fátima, a film to be released nationwide on 1000 screens.  The film features Harvey Keitel and Sonia Braga as part of an international cast. The college will be scheduling a screening of the film for the fall of...
Philosophy & Humanities

Mike McGrath ’93: “Magdalen College Changed My Life”

The Cardinal Newman Society recently profiled Magdalen College graduate and board member Mike McGrath ’93. In the article, McGrath explains how the college changed his life: “My life is so rich now because of my Catholic faith,” McGrath continues. “Magdalen College played a significant role — it changed my life.” The College altered McGrath’s life...

Hope for the Church: Heroic Young Catholics

Hope for the Church:  Heroic Young Catholics Last week, at the conclusion of our lively discussion of Beowulf, I asked the students in my seminar about the desire of young people for a heroic life.  Do young adults today desire such a life?  Some acknowledged that their peers in the broader culture can be too...

Professors Host Graduate School Panel Discussion for Students

As part of Magdalen College’s Career Pathways program, the college hosted a faculty panel to educate students about graduate school on Thursday, September 12. The panel, which consisted of Dr. Eric Buck, Dr. Peter Sampo, Dr. Mary Mumbach, Dr. Erik Van Versendaal and Dr. George Harne, first shared their own personal stories of graduate school,...