Elon's Office of Career Services assists students and alumni in understanding their career-related interests, individual preferences, strengths and values. The staff engages students in best practices in individual professional development and helps them secure employment and graduate program admission at their top choices.
Speciality Career Offices operate in two of Elon's four undergraduate schools. Students majoring in education, and the arts and sciences work directly with career advisors in the Office of Career Services.
“Getting Students Into Your Organization” offered insight and clarification about recruiting Elon students to participate in local nonprofit organizations and agencies.
Todd Leonard '14 credits resources available through the Student Professional Development Center for teaching him some of the best practices he used through the "Elon in LA" program to secure a late-night TV internship.
Connections made as students later turned into career opportunities for Colleen Callahan ’09 G’10, Tim Johnson ’09 and Will Anderson ’13.
Sarah George '13 sought guidance from staff members in the Student Professional Development Center as she applied to a retail management training program for one of the world's leading technology companies.
When Molly Heffernan ’11 met Gabrielle Raymond McGee ’06 in graduate school, she didn’t know how important that connection was going to be for her career.
More than 30 networking events are being planned throughout the country in an effort to connect alumni to the university’s rapidly growing professional network.
More than 70 recruiters and career consultants expected to participate in the Elon Job & Internship Expo Tuesday, March 11.
Students, faculty, staff and alumni are invited to attend the Job & Internship Expo tomorrow from 2-5:30 p.m. in Alumni Gym.
6-7 p.m. Moseley Center 103 (Oak Room). C2C Members earn Objective 14 for attending.
Koury Business Center Room 145 from 6-7 p.m.
6 p.m. in the Student Professional Development Center, Moseley 140.
LGBTQIA alumni return for this annual program on helping LGBTQIA students and employees navigate their professional careers and personal identities.
All majors and all years can attend an info session with U.S. Diplomat in Residence Julie Ruterbories at 7:15 p.m. in Moseley 140 SPDC
Free training webinar to find out how Going Global can fast track finding jobs and internships, both at home and abroad.