Landing your first job after college
Stevenson's Career Services staff works with you to develop the skills, experiences, and the confidence you'll need for a successful job search and career. You'll also gain access to employers, events, and alumni that can help you during your search.
Expert career advice and individualized attention are vital for you to develop in your career. With an average of 93 percent of Stevenson graduates either working and/or going to graduate school within six months of graduation, you're headed in the right direction. We maintain a comprehensive online recruiting system, Handshake, which provides you with information on jobs and internship opportunities as well as upcoming career events.
The job search can be fun and exhilarating or it can be slow and frustrating. In some cases, the job seeker and the person doing the hiring are coming from two different perspectives.
Stevenson's Career Services staff works with you to develop the skills, experiences, and the confidence you'll need for a successful job search and career.
As you progress in your career, your resume will continue to change to reflect your experiences, brand, and career aspirations. The career specialists and peer advisors in the Career Center are here to help.
What is networking when it comes to the job search? It’s not about using people. Just as you look to build personal relationships through social networks, you want to build relationships to foster your professional life.
First impressions do count. Your resume earned you a job interview. Now, business etiquette will add some polish to your presentation. Learn some helpful tips to ensure success during your interview.
Handshake is your one-stop online recruiting tool where you can keep your resume and cover letters to apply for hundreds of part-time jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities, and full-time entry level career positions.
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