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Resources that open doors.

The Office of Career Services offers extensive resources to support your connection to career. Whether you are exploring careers, or looking for a specific job, we have resources to help.

Our “Career Pathways” guides to help you connect Stevenson major to career. In addition, we offer tools to help with your job search, from resume writing to interview skills. Our assessment tools, such as Focus 2, can help you determine what career is the right fit for you.

The career readiness of college graduates is an important issue in higher education, in the labor market, and in the public arena. Yet, up until now, "career readiness" has been undefined, making it difficult for leaders in higher education, work force development, and public policy to work together effectively to ensure the career readiness of today's graduates.

The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), through a task force of college career services and HR/staffing professionals, has developed a definition, based on extensive research among employers, and identified seven competencies associated with career readiness. Our goal at Stevenson and in the Office of Career Services is to help you develop these competencies during your time with us, preparing you for the workforce and your career.

See below to find the resource you need.