According to the Post-Graduation by Major 2016-2019 report by Career Services, most Swarthmore students regardless of major will either pursue a graduate program or will find a job after graduating from Swarthmore. For undocumented students, post-graduate planning is more complex. The following guides offer tips for non-citizen students in considering post-graduate pathways.
- Life After College: A Guide for Undocumented Students [pdf] highlights the main pathways often taken by recent undocumented/DACAmented college graduates.
- Income and Career Options for Undocumented Students: A webinar on career, income, and funding options that are available for undocumented students.
- UndocuGrads Workshop: Learn How to Apply & Navigate Graduate School as an Undocumented Student - Virtual workshop regarding resources and information about graduate school for undocumented and DACAmented students.
- Graduate & Professional School: Pathways & Support Systems-- Video and resources from the SUCCESS Convening at Swarthmore College (March 2022)
- The Higher Ed Immigration Portal's State Dashboard allows visitors to explore state-specific policies, including related to professional licensure (e.g. law licenses, teaching certification, etc.)
- Teacher Certification-- The Department of Educational Studies has compiled a set of resources for undocumented and DACAmented students considering teacher certification.