Jorie Landers volunteering at a soup kitchen

What do you have to offer your community and the world? More than you might imagine. Simpson remains passionate about producing well-rounded, civic-minded, contributing members of society. That’s why we set up the Center for Vocation and Integrative Learning (CVIL). It’s another reason why our graduates are set for success.

CVIL was formed to challenge students to identify their vocation – not just their occupation – as global citizens and leaders through engagement, service, career development and reflection. CVIL helps students integrate a liberal arts education with vocational exploration, leadership and experiential learning to meet the demands of the modern workplace. In other words, Simpson wants to see you succeed and to do that, we help in every way we can with programs like CVIL. 

Kayla Hamilton works with Children in an after-school program called Whiz Kids

Success Stories

Kayla Hamilton ’11

Hamilton’s experiences at Simpson helped her realize that her calling was to help people and do something greater. More…

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