Careers in U.S. Government
- U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)
- U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
- U.S. Department of Transportation
- U.S. Department of State: Undergraduate Opportunities
- U.S. Department of State: Graduate Opportunities
- U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
- U.S. Department of Energy
Opportunities with NGO's and the United Nations
- United Nations Bodies
- Carter Center International Relations Internships
- Arms Control Association
- Business Executives for National Security
- Foundation for Sustainable Development
- Center for World Indigenous Studies
- NGO Committee on Disarmament, Peace, and Security
- Human Rights Watch
- IFRE NGO Internships
What can International Relations majors do after college?
The International Relations major is broadranging and versatile. It covers such topics as foreign policy, international political economy, environmental concerns, and international law and ethics. An International Relations graduate, therefore, has many options. Many of our graduates have continued to study international relations in a master's or doctoral program, leading to careers in academia, government, or in NGOs. Others have studied law and go on to work in international law and organizations. Some pursue graduate study in economics, business, or journalism. Our graduates are found throughout the world working in quite diverse fields. The International Relations major can be applied to almost anything and everything.
Find out more from the Mount Holyoke College Career Development Center (CDC).