About Our Graduates

HDS graduates go on to a wide variety of professions and vocations, including:

  • ordained and lay ministry
  • chaplaincy
  • higher education teaching and research
  • public and private secondary education
  • community development, advocacy, and human services
  • management and consulting, especially nonprofit
  • public policy, law, conflict resolution and mediation
  • the arts, publishing, communications, and media

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HDS graduate

One year later

The status of employment and further study for graduates

MTS employment pie chart

What are they up to now?

A survey of careers of MDiv and MTS graduates ten years after graduation

Cynthia Kane, MDiv '96

Why HDS?

HDS graduates embark on careers as varied as the students themselves

HDS Voices

Anthony John, MTS ’18I visited the Office of Career Services shortly after enrolling as a first-year MTS student at HDS. Since then, I have taken advantage of their numerous resources. OCS introduced me to HBX CORe and helped shape my career interests in integrating business practices and public policy-making within an ethical framework. —Anthony John, MTS ’18