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Connie Harrington

Connie Harrington
Industry Specialist for the School of Graduate & Professional Studies
443-394-9279

Serves as the liaison for employers, faculty, and students in the School of Graduate & Professional Studies. Helps students and alumni from the School of Graduate & Professional Studies develop and articulate their personal brand through individualized career coaching and workshops.
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Cary Smedley

Cary Smedley
Director of Operations
443-352-5324

Directs and manages the coordination of overall operations, collaborating with other units on campus in developing and staffing shared events; provides leadership in developing programming and processes informed by best practices in career services; provides leadership and direction to expand the Career Peer Advisor Program and provides career counseling to students who are deciding on a major field of study.


Jessica Johnson

Jessica Johnson
Administrative Assistant
443-352-4474


Jennifer Marin

 

Jennifer Marin
Industry Specialist for School of Design
443-352-4088

Serves as the liaison for employers, faculty, and students in the business communication, film and moving image, fashion design, and visual communication design fields. Guides students and alumni in the School of Design to articulate their strengths and how to best apply them to their career goals.
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Jill Pajak

Jill Pajak
Employment Coordinator
443-394-9902

Coordinates employer services, and serves as initial point-of-contact for recruiters wishing to hire Stevenson students and graduates. Oversees job postings and manages employer contacts within Handshake, our online recruitment system. Schedules and organizes on-campus interviews and employer information tables/sessions.


Matthew Seiler

Matthew Seiler '08
Coordinator Events & Marketing 
443-352-5314

Plans and coordinates signature events for the Office of Career Services. Leads marketing and outreach strategies through social media, the web, and University Portal. Represents Career Services to students, parents, employers, alumni and faculty through Events, Open Houses, Orientation, Workshops, and Presentations. 


Hugh Taylor

Hugh Taylor
Technology Manager
443-394-9277

Provides technical support and leadership for the Office of Career Services. Maintains and supports Handshake and the career services portal. Develops data driven analysis and reporting for key performance indicators of career services.


Jennifer Wheeler

Jennifer Wheeler
Industry Specialist for the Brown School of Business and Leadership
443-352-4479

Serves as the liaison for employers, faculty, and students in the accounting, business, information systems, and legal fields. Helps students and alumni from the Brown School of Business and Leadership develop and articulate their personal brand through individualized career coaching and workshops.
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Gary Anderson

Gary Anderson
Executive in Residence 

Coaches students on Monday afternoons on key career skills such as interviewing, goal setting, how to research company information, and transitioning to the professional workforce. Recently retired as the market-facing leader and customer advocate of multi-billion dollar global B2B services provider after a forty-year professional career, now extending career experiences as a small business owner. Embraces a continuous learning philosophy focused on team-building and talent development. Educated locally at Towson University (undergraduate, BS Bus Admin/Finance) and Loyola University of Maryland (MS Finance). Monday afternoons. Drop-in appointments ONLY.


Jean Turner

Jean Turner, SHRM-SCP
Executive in Residence 

Coaches students on Wednesday afternoons on resume preparation, interviewing skills, researching prospective employers, and transitioning to the professional workforce. Provides insight into careers in the Human Resources profession. Retired Director of Human Resources with extensive experience in all areas of Human Resources. Currently serving as the Director of the College Relations Committee of the Chesapeake Human Resources Association (CHRA). Graduate of CCBC Essex and Notre Dame of Maryland University. Wednesday afternoons. Drop-in appointments ONLY.

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Wooded Way
100 Campus Circle
443-352-4477
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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.

100 Percent of Majors

100 percent of SU majors require an internship, research, or capstone experience to help prepare students for the professional world.

91 Percent

An average of 91 percent of Stevenson graduates are either working and/or going to graduate school within six months of graduation.

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