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The semester is coming to a close, but before you pack up your bags and start thinking about the holiday break, make sure to check out some of the events that the Office of Career Services is hosting this month.


I went to a career fair, now what?!

Spring and fall semesters are a busy time for students and recruiters as there are so many career fairs, networking, and recruiting events. Last spring, just at Stevenson University alone, we hosted a multitude of events, from Careers in Sports, to the Maryland Career Consortium Fair and the Diversity Career Expo, Careers in Publishing and Beyond, Careers in Government, Careers in Law and finally the C3 Fair (Corporate and Community Connections Fair)...

PHEW! That's A LOT of networking.

So, you went armed with your resume, your 30 second commercial, your research on the companies that were in attendance, and of course you were professionally dressed, and had the perfect handshake and eye contact! But what do you do after the fair/event is over and how do you keep in touch with the recruiters or the representatives that you met with at these events?...

Stevenson University offers so many different resources for their diverse student body. One of those being the immense growing opportunities for veterans on campus. Particularly are the resources at the Office of Career Services....Click here to read more.

Earlier in the semester we shared some apps for productivity, because who doesn't need a mini personal assistant in their pocket?

But even the most productive of people need help with work-life balance. Mental health (and physical) is a top priority for many successful professionals and here are a few apps that might help you slow down, or at least get some of those MUST-DO items off your list....

SUccess Trunk Show

November 4, 2016, Noon-4pm
Rockland Banquet Room

What should you wear to an interview? What's the difference between business casual and casual Friday? How should you dress for a networking event?

Stevenson's Office of Career Services now has a Professional Dress closet for students!...

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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.

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 Graduates

100 percent of graduates are accepted into career-focused programs for pharmacy and veterinary medicine upon graduation.

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