Due to the COVID-19 procedures implemented by Stevenson University, the Career Connections staff are working remotely. Career Advisors are available for career advising appointments by phone or using our video conferencing software, BlueJeans. We are not scheduling In-Person appointments through the end of the spring semester.
Stevenson has a long tradition of commitment to career-focused education coupled with personalized support for every student.
The Stevenson Career Connection is designed to help you map a vision for your future and set the stage for your post-college career success
through the classroom
through real-world experiences
through professional preparation
In the classroom and through real-world experiences such as internships, capstone projects, and service learning, you will explore career options in-depth and develop the career competencies that give you a competitive edge in the job market today—and for a lifetime.
Through our Career Connection Center, you will find expert and personalized support to hone your professional skills, find a mentor, develop a career network, and optimize your job search, through services including:
For help with your resume, cover letter, interviewing skills, job search, and more, visit the Stevenson Career Connection Center in Wooded Way on the Owings Mills campus, or schedule an appointment in Handshake.
At the Career Connection Center, we know this a tough time to be a senior. While this period is unprecedented, it will pass. Some employers continue to hire, and ultimately, others will resume their searches. Explore our new resource page to help you continue planning for career success.
The Career Connection Center is here to help you navigate the new realities of job search. Join this live chat to connect with your peers and career advisors - we'll discuss your career concerns and answer your questions. Log into Handshake for more information and to register.
We are connecting with and highlighting employers who are currently interested in hiring Stevenson students and graduates for internship, part-time, and full-time positions.
Did you graduate from Stevenson recently? Will you be graduating soon? Let us know your career path by completing this brief online survey. The information that you provide will help us improve our programs to assure the success of future graduates.
Results of the survey are reported in Stevenson’s annual report and allow us to highlight our awesome graduates, their career connections, and Stevenson University.
Wooded Way, located on the Owings Mills Campus, houses the Stevenson Career Connection Center. Once you enter, take a right and you'll be greeted by our Career Peers who will be eager to help you design your future career.
Our Career Peers are ready to help you build your resume, learn how to use Handshake, explore employment and internship opportunities, and browse the Career Connection Center resource library.
No matter what professional goals a student may have, Stevenson's dedicated Career Advisors and Executives-in-Residence can assist with designing a custom career plan that fits the interests and skills of the individual. Our staff support students’ connection to career through career exploration and professional preparation.