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Gage Markley is Business Communication student and assistant to Jennifer Jericho at the Office of Career Services. Aside from that, Gage is one of the contributors to the Career Success blog.


The Office of Career Services hosted a very successful Part-Time Jobs Fair on August 31 in the Rockland Banquet room. This was an opportunity for Stevenson University students to speak with employers about potential part-time employment on and off campus.

There were more than 40 employers at the fair that devoted time to speak with students about all the countless possibilities that are available at their organizations. Some of these companies included Chick-Fil-A, Girl Scouts of Central Maryland, Strategic Factory, United Parcel Service, Wegmans, and tons more.

One of the biggest contributors to this fair was Stevenson University. Several departments at our university were looking to hire part-time employees. These included Academic Integrity, Academic Link, Dining Services, Financial Aid, Library, Nursing, and even the President’s Office. Many of these jobs can be applied for online including some positions from Career Services for Peer Advisors and a Design Assistant.

What made this fair so successful is the one-on-one interactions that students got to have with the employers in an engaging environment. However, the numerous goodies and swag were a great perk. Everything from Cake Pops and bags of artisanal popcorn to drumstick shaped pens and specialty spatulas were given out to our students.

Be sure to stop by the Office of Career Services to get your resume reviewed and speak to career professionals to prepare for our next event! Schedule an appointment on Handshake or stop by Walk-In hours on Monday-Friday: 1-3p.m and Wednesday: 5-7p.m.

The English department and the Office of Career Services joined forces on Friday to host Emerging Careers in Writing. In the Rockland banquet room, students gathered to engage with several leading employers in the local industry.

This event was designed for students who have interest in careers that involve creative writing and communication. Some of the guests included Lydia Woolever of Baltimore Magazine, Barbara Hauck of Laissez Faire, Katie Lindholm of Scribe America, and Rachel Kassman of the Jewish Museum of Maryland....Click here to read more.

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.

From sound mixing rock concerts to starting up his own web development company, Brian Singer of Foxtrot Media recently stopped by Stevenson University to talk to students in the School of Design about his company and the lessons he's learned along the way about working with interns and new employees. ...Click here to read more.

On February 5, the Office of Career Services hosted an information session with three retail managers from Nordstrom who came to speak with Stevenson students and alum about their internship program. Nordstrom is known for their upscale fashion and retail excellence, but many might not know about their commitment to their employee’s professional development or that they were on Fortune 100's Best Companies to Work For in 2015. ...Click here to read more.

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Career Success by the Numbers

1,116 Internships

1,116 internships were completed in 2014-2015.

More Than 70

Students have access to more than 70 majors, minors, and tracks to help them explore their passions and strengths.

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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