Norwich’s Career and Internship Center (CIC) is a key student-service office supporting the university’s mission of developing future leaders and citizen-soldiers. The CIC’s goal is to ensure all students graduate with high levels of professionalism, self-awareness, and career management competencies for career and life success. The CIC brings over 50 years of experience and passion for empowering students through professional and personal milestones.
First Destination Outcomes Survey
The First Destination Survey is completed each year by the CIC in compliance with the National Association of Colleges and Employers. The purpose of the first destination graduate survey is to give a snapshot of where our students are six months post-graduation. This survey does not provide the full picture of the career mobility of our alumni as they progress throughout their careers.
*Note: This survey includes only responses from our traditional residential student population and not our online degree-completion students enrolled through the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS).
Of the 531 new graduates from the class of 2022, 424 (79.8%) responded to the survey
Of the total number of survey respondents, 306 (72.1%) identified their geographic location post-graduation.
If you completed an internship, what was the name of the organization?
Of the total respondents, 163 (38.4%) individuals indicated that they participated in an internship. Note: It is possible some of the individuals who answered these questions reported on their clinical hours, practicum, student teaching or summer research .
American Contracting & Environmental Services
Barre Probation and Parole
Black River Design Architects
Bulk Cash Smuggling Center
Central Vermont Medical Center
Chandler Music Hall
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
Deschutes County District Attorney
East Angels High School
Engel & Voelkers
Extreme Military Challenge
Foundation for Resilient Societies
Frank Anzalone Associates
Gain Strength and Conditioning
Gifford Medical Center
Granite State Manufacturing
Hudson Design Group
Korean War Veteran’s Memorial Foundation
Lothrop Associates Architects
Madison House Autism Foundation
State of Maine
Martin Delaney & Ricci Law Group
Massachusetts State Police
Montpelier Community Justice Center
Montpelier Police Committee
Montpelier Police Department
Northfield Elementary & Middle-High School
Patrick Flynn Architect
Phil Scott – VT Governor’s Office
Rhode Island Department of Corrections
Salvador & Babic Accounting Firm
San Antonio Metropolitan Health District
Scott & Partners
Sealand Contractors Corp.
Small Business Administration
Sussex County Sheriff’s Office
TAC Architectural Group, Inc.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineering R&D Center
U.S. Marshals Service
University of Vermont Medical Center
Vermont Buildings and General Services
Vermont Chamber of Commerce
Vermont State Police
Washington County Mental Health
Washington Village School
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Career & Internship Center’s Service & Satisfaction
Did you utilize the Career & Internship Center’s Service?
Norwich CIC received an average satisfaction rating of 8.29 stars out of 10 stars
10 star – 63 (43.2%)
9 star – 14 (9.6%)
8 star – 23 (15.8%)
7 star – 17 (11.6%)
146 respondents or 34.4% utilize the CIC
6 star – 11 (7.5%)
5 star – 14 (9/6%)
4 star – 3 (2.1%)
278 respondents did not utilize the CIC
3 star – 0
2 star 0 1 (.7%)
1 star – 0
Individuals Entering the Workforce
This group of individuals includes new graduates whose primary status was working in the private and public sectors. This group may include individuals who entered the National Guard or reserves on a part-time basis.
What best describes your employment?
- Employed by a company in the private or public sector – 153 (90.5%)
- Temporary Contract – 11 (6.5%)
- Freelance – 4 (2.4%)
- Entrepreneur – 1 (.6%)
What category best describes your employer's industry?
- Agriculture, food, and natural resources (forestry, fishing, hunting) – 5 (3%)
- Architecture and construction – 36 (21.3%)
- Arts, audio/video technology, entertainment, recreation, and communications – 4 (2.4%)
- Business management and administration – 5 (3%)
- Education and training – 10 (5.9%)
- Finance and Insurance – 2 (1.2%)
- Government and public administration – 7 (4.1%)
- Health science, healthcare – 45 (26.6%)
- Hospitality and tourism – 2 (1.2%)
- Human services, social assistance – 2 (1.2%)
- Information technology – 6 (3.6%)
- Law, public safety, corrections, and security – 16 (9.5%)
- Manufacturing – 5 (3%)
- Marketing – 3 (1.8%)
- Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics – 16 (9.5%)
- Transportation, distribution, and logistics – 5 (3%)
Is your position related to your degree?
- Highly related – 162 (53.1%)
- Related – 46 (15.1%)
- Somewhat related – 97 (31.8%)
- Not related – 0
Is your position related to your career interests?
- Highly related – 208 (68.2%)
- Related – 55 (18%)
- Somewhat related
Individuals Entering the Military
This group of individuals includes new graduates whose primary status was entering the military full-time, active duty to include Army, Navy, Air Force, Space Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard. These numbers include both officer and enlisted ranks. Of the survey respondents, 136 (31.1%) indicated they are entering the military full-time.
Rank your level of satisfaction with your current position
305 respondents were asked to rank their level of satisfaction with their current position. This would include all students entering into the private/ public sector and all students entering the military. It is assumed that students who were attending graduate school likely didn’t respond to this question. 299 individuals responded.