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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.

It is likely that you already have a LinkedIn™ account. But is your profile set-up and updated? The following are some tips for constructing and editing your profile so you can later begin to build your network:...Click here to read more.

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.

Well, spring break is officially over and if you're graduating this Spring, or looking for a summer opportunity, now is the time to get organized.

The application process itself can feel like a job. Different companies and organizations have varying deadlines, procedures, and requirements. This is a lot to keep track of! Staying organized will help make the application process more manageable, which will help keep your stress manageable....Click here to read more.

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.

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Career Success by the Numbers

100 Percent of Majors

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

14:1 Ratio

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

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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