Career Opportunities

Backed by their ability to research, think critically, make evidence-based arguments, and address political and policy issues, students will be competent and prepared to handle their chosen careers. Our graduates have found themselves in high-level government positions, nonprofits, institutions of higher learning, and more. Our students have participated in internships or received jobs at:

  • National Constitution Center
  • United States Department of Homeland Security
  • United States Environmental Protection Agency Region III
  • United States Marshall’s Service
  • White House Internship Program
  • World Affairs Council
  • Congressional Offices (State and Federal)
  • Mayor’s Office of Philadelphia
  • World Affairs Council
  • Philadelphia District Courts

Ludmille Glaude, ’18

Upon coming to La Salle, Ludmille Glaude, ’18, immediately carved a spot for herself as an Explorer by getting involved on campus. She was on the women’s club rugby team, former president of the African American Student League, and tirelessly addressed issues of social injustice in the world, using her voice to help others find their own. She used that same voice to introduce former First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama when she spoke on campus in 2016.

Ludmille recognizes Philadelphia as the perfect city to explore her passions and to help fulfill her dreams. With so many internship opportunities available in a city as large as Philadelphia, she had several internships which helped her build an impressive resume. However, she says the friendly community on campus was her favorite part of La Salle.

Ludmille Glaude, ’18

La Salle University’s Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation is adding four varsity sports—women’s rugby, women’s acrobatics and tumbling, and women’s triathlon, and will reinstate baseball — for the 2025-26 school year, President Daniel J. Allen, Ph.D., and Vice President of Athletics & Recreation and Director of Athletics Ashwin Puri announced April 17.

Image of a group of students posing with a Thank you sign.

Explorers from around the world came together to support La Salle University with gifts to enhance the student experience. 

Candace Robertson-James, DrPH, MPH and Joanne Woods, M.A. ’14

Candace Robertson-James, DrPH, MPH and Joanne Woods, M.A. ’14, earned recognition for their commitment to La Salle.