By the time they graduate, Bennington students have acquired at least four jobs or internship experiences and a deep understanding of what they want to do. When employers ask us how it is that undergraduates from a small liberal arts college are going head-to-head and toe-to-toe with seasoned professionals, we credit the Plan Process and Field Work Term—the foundation of every Bennington education from the beginning..
The cofounder of the Boston Mayor’s Office for New Urban Mechanics says a Bennington intern stunned his team. Now they’re calling for more.
Harvard’s Warneken Lab offers 11 highly sought-after internships every semester. In one year, Bennington students secured two.
The importance of merging classroom philosophy and world reality.
A student's gallery of still footage from old home movies wins praise from the world’s most popular culture blog.
A Bennington junior pitches value chain efficiency ideas to one of the world's largest microfinance organizations—and lands a job he helped to shape.
How one student has used Field Work Term to amass more experience than most graduate students in the field of astronomy.
Where do you turn when launching your own venture? To your network.
One student’s work explores the process of changing minds and changing systems.
The VP and editorial director of This I Believe shares what compelled him to take on a Bennington student as an intern, and why he’d do it again.
Through an emerging partnership with a forward-thinking, international corporation, Bennington students are influencing business—and vice-versa.
How a single Field Work Term internship changed everything.
There’s something to be said for starting small in big places. These Bennington students prove it.