Outcomes and Pathways

The St. Olaf First Destination Dashboard includes data on employment, graduate school/education and service program activities of graduates from the classes of 2014 to 2019 (within seven months of graduation).


If you have any questions about the database, please contact Nate Jacobi, Associate Director, Career Development, Data and Operations, Piper Center for Vocation and Career <jacobi@stolaf.edu>.

Employment Sector

Class of 2015

(59% of the class employed within 6 months of graduation)

Private sector icon47%
private sector business

Private sector icon17%
health care

Private sector icon15%
public or private education

Private sector icon14%
non-profit organization

Private sector icon4%
federal, state, or local government

Private sector icon3%
self-employed

Ole-Achievers

Chris Mohler Morgan ’10
  1. Study Abroad Program- China
  2. Double major in Asian Studies and Economics
  3. Business Analyst at Target
  4. Now Senior Director of Merchandise Planning at Gap, Inc. in NYC

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Julie Van Grol ’08
  1. Studio Art Major
  2. Design School
  3. Freelance Illustrator
  4. College Instructor

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Victoria Celano ’13
  1. English Major
  2. MBA Candidate at Chicago Booth
  3. Public Health Specialis at Zacharias Sexual Abuse Center
  4. Regional Development at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

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Sean Burress ’94
  1. Math Major
  2. MBA degree
  3. Global Consumer Insights – General Mills
  4. Dir. Global Research, Media & Analytics – Kimberly-Clark Corporation

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Branden Moriarity ’07
  1. Biology, Chemistry, and Biomolecular Sciences Major
  2. Ph.D. in molecular, Cellular, Developmental Biology & Genetics
  3. Faculty Member & Cancer Research- University of Minnesota

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Wendy Helgemo ’91
  1. English Major
  2. Doctor of Jurisprudence – University of Colorado Boulder
  3. Inaugural Director – Center for Indigenous Politics & Policy

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