Flagler graduates will amaze you. Whether they’re playing major roles in New York theatre productions, leading the 150,000 member Florida Education Association or studying what life is like aboard the international space station at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, Flagler graduates lead impressively successful lives.
Flagler Students Gain Real-World Experience
- Flagler College students develop career-building skills through organizations like Enactus, an international nonprofit organization that pairs them with professionals in business and higher education to help them become socially responsible leaders. Flagler has won the U.S. Enactus National Championship three times and gone on to represent the United States in the Enactus World Cup.
- Flagler students land internships that help them build careers and sometimes lead directly to jobs at numerous well-known companies and organizations, including the Arthur Vining Davis Foundation, Cannes Film Festival, Dateline NBC, Merrill Lynch, MOM Brands, National Estuarine Research, New York Rangers, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC, The Disney College Program, Walmart Corporate Headquarters, Unilever and ABC’s World News Tonight.
- Flagler students build their résumés by presenting their research at national conferences such as The Institute for Political Journalism at Georgetown University and National Science Foundation’s Research Experience for Undergraduates.
"More than anything, Flagler taught me that discipline, hard work, not being afraid to fail, and flexibility go a long way."
- Lou Dubois, '06, Editor of Digital Innovation for NBC News, New York City
Alumni at Work
Flagler graduates succeed at a wide range of impressive corporations, organizations and institutions, such as ABC’s World News Tonight, Avis Budget Group, Florida State’s Attorney’s Office, Dow Jones Company, Enrnst & Young, Google, Merrill Lynch, MTV, Microsoft, Nike, PNC Bank, Saatchi & Saatchi-London, Unilever, Wal-Mart, and the Washington Times, to name only a few.
See how Flagler College prepared these alumni for careers.
Editor of Digital Innovation for
NBC News, New York City
Internship Coordinator for The Mastery Charter Schools, Philadelphia