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The Office of Career Services is dedicated to helping students and alumni with all of their job related needs. Through the various career fairs and networking opportunities, everyone is given the chance to interact with employers and learn how to mingle. This year we invited Stevenson University Alum, Matthew Morris, to be our special keynote speaker and share his journey transiting from the Army to college, and now working for Pay Pal.  ...Click here to read more.

The Office of Career Services is proud to announce the Executives in Residence program, designed to bring professionals into our offices to help us better serve our students and prepare them for the job search and more importantly, their careers.

As the leader in career education, we stress the value of bringing people from various industries to interact with our students in a variety of ways; from in-class presentations, to mock-interviews, and networking events. It’s important that students get access to a diverse amount of knowledge from a variety of sources as building a successful career plan takes a lot of work!

Preparing for the working world after being immersed in a comprehensive education can feel incredibly overwhelming. Our Industry Specialists work countless hours meeting with students, researching industry trends, and collaborating with faculty and employers to provide the most up to date knowledge on hiring trends.

We are joined by Gary Anderson, once a customer advocate of a multi-billion dollar corporation, and Jean Turner, retired Director of Human Resources, still actively involved in the community. You can read their full bios here.

This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for Stevenson students to get assistance transitioning into the professional workforce.

During the summer, you MUST make an appointment to meet with the Executives in Residence by calling Career Services at 443.352.4477.


Career fairs are essential for students who want to connect with employers and potentially secure a job position, or at the very least, get a job lead. Not only is it a great way to meet various employers in one place and learn more about the types of positions they offer, but meeting an employee at a career fair is a great way to learn about the company culture and values of the organization. It is guaranteed that you will learn more about the job and the organization at a career fair than you would from a short paragraph description in a job posting....Click here to read more.

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?...Click here to read more.

Patrick SmithPatrick Smith, a freelance photojournalist, covers the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan region and beyond. He was named 2014 Sports Photographer of the Year by Pictures of the Year International, and his images have been published by ESPN, The New York Times,Sports IllustratedThe Baltimore Sun, CNN, and Newsweek among others. A collection of Smith's sports photography is on display this fall in the St. Paul Companies Pavilion on the Greenspring Campus titled .

Smith started working professionally while still a college student at Towson University, working for Towson's independent student newspaper The Towerlight, interning with The Baltimore Sun, and freelancing, all before graduation.

He's taken some time to answer a few questions and provide tips for breaking into the industry. ...Click here to read more.

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Career Success by the Numbers

14:1 Ratio

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

226 Connections

4,854 jobs were advertised in 2014-2015 and 226 unique organizations visited Stevenson to connect with students.

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.

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