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.
Students from across campus shared their innovative and entrepreneurial ideas to compete for $800 in SEED money to take their ideas and make them a reality.
Alumni working at Deloitte Consulting partnered with the Student Professional Development Center for the April 12 interdisciplinary event.
Strategic communications major Edith Veremu '13 sought guidance from the Student Professional Development Center when applying for internships.
Are you a senior interested in moving to Los Angeles after graduation to begin your career? The bridges to LA program can help you make the transition from college to career a smooth one.
Eighty-five percent of alumni responding to a survey report they are employed, have been accepted to graduate/professional school, are completing a post-graduate internship/fellowship, are working for a service organization or are voluntarily taking time off.