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Personal Direction

This initial self-awareness process helps you create a personal plan for life and work. After the first session, we focus on inspiring each of our students to reflect upon their motivated strengths, industries of interest, and how values impact the decision-making process. Our career guidance enables you to explore skills, values, personality, and interests with some of the latest assessment tools available to determine your dependable strengths rather than a job title. A favorite freshman activity is an annual LEGO® Challenge, part of the First Year Seminar. The event is a popular way to work in teams and learn about skills employers seek: communication, innovation, teamwork, problem-solving, and creativity. Personal Direction is the foundation of the career development process.

            

 

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Career Success by the Numbers

93 Percent

An average of 93 percent of Stevenson graduates are either working and/or going to graduate school within six months of graduation.

763 People

763 people from around the world logged in to the Career Architecture MOOC in a year's time.

226 Connections

4,854 jobs were advertised in 2014-2015 and 226 unique organizations visited Stevenson to connect with students.

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Contact Career Services
Wooded Way
100 Campus Circle
443-352-4477
Email Career Services