Based on the recent Alumni Survey of the initial undergraduate and graduate program completers who graduated between 2013 and 2015, the rate of employment was 91%.
See the Alumni Survey for more details under Satisfaction Surveys.
The employment rates for Molloy program completers for academic year 2013-2014 were determined based on the data gathered by contracted organization (HEP), employment information shared by our graduates with faculty members, as well as a systematic search of available online employment information including LinkedIn, and New York City and Long Island School District public records, validated by at least two sources.
Based on the above data, we were able to determine the employment of 51 out of 73 undergraduate program completers (70%). Of those who were employed: 41.2% were full-time teachers, 10.9% were substitute teachers, 12.4% were teaching assistants and 5.5% were in other positions in education.
Click here to view the employment breakdown by undergraduate programs.
We were also able to determine the employment of 65 out of 85 graduate program completers (76.5%). Of those who were employed: 41.2% were full-time teachers, 18.8% were substitute teachers, 7.2% were teaching assistants, 3.5% were in non-teaching education positions and 5.8% were hired in non-teaching positions.
Click here to view the employment breakdown by graduate programs.
The following links present the geographical patterns of employment of Molloy program completers:
New York State Department of Education (NYSED) shared the employment statistics of Molloy program completers who received their initial certification and were employed in the NYS public school system only. Click here to view the NYSED Report.
For more information, please contact:
Joanna Alcruz, Ph.D.
Assessment & Accreditation Coordinator for Education Programs