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A Message from the VP

Anne Scholl-Fiedler

Vice President
Vice President, Career Services

Welcome!

I am pleased to introduce you to Stevenson's Career ArchitectureSM model for creating your career path and to the Office of Career Services. Our approach provides a model of engagement for you to acquire the skills you will need to manage your career to the fullest capacity long past your first job after graduation.

At Stevenson, our faculty and staff take an active role in student learning and the Career Architecture model. One example is our First Year Seminar where you participate in the annual LEGO Challenge to learn about your strengths and interests, incorporate the model into your learning, and build strong connections with your classmates. We also offer Career and Industry Specialists in our office who work closely with faculty in our academic disciplines to support your professional development and help explore avenues for networking by industry. Such customized programming, curricula, and events are key elements of the Career Architecture model.  You are also highly encouraged to meet with your Career and Industry Specialist beginning in your first year to start the Individualized Career ArchitectureSM Plan.  Each year you can discuss your progress and next steps to accomplish your career goals. 

As a Stevenson student, you will also take part in learning activities outside the classroom. This combination of experiences acquired through internships, service-learning, research, capstone projects, and study abroad will enable you to reflect on your learning and build your unique professional brand. This will have an impact on both your career and your community.

We look forward to working with you.

Anne Scholl-Fiedler, LCPC
Vice President, Career Services

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Career Success by the Numbers

90 Percent

More than 90 percent of SU students receive financial assistance through scholarships, work-study, grants, and loans as they embark on the first stage of achieving career success.

93 Percent

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

14:1 Ratio

With a student-to faculty ratio of 14:1, Stevenson students receive exceptional, individualized, and career-focused attention.

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Wooded Way
100 Campus Circle
443-352-4477
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