Career Outcomes Matter

Elon prepares students for success after graduation. With the help of supportive Student Professional Development Center (SPDC) counselors, Elon students begin career planning early, identify internship and research opportunities, build their professional network and are well-prepared to find jobs or succeed in graduate school.

Find out where Elon students work

96%of the Class of 2023 were employed, in graduate school or doing service within nine months of graduation
95%of the Class of 2023 accepted a position related to their career goals
87%of graduates completed an internship (both for credit and not-for-credit)
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Javik Blake ’23

Major: Journalism

What’s Next? Announcer for the Biloxi Shuckers

To get on air as a first-year student is not an opportunity you get at other universities, and I wasn’t willing to wait until my junior year. That is what makes Elon special. I could start right away. It’s not like this everywhere else.

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Jane Ragland ’23

Majors: Economic Consulting and Accounting/ master’s in Accounting (Accelerated 3+1 Dual-Degree Program)

What’s Next? Internal audit analyst with Goldman Sachs

From internships and research projects to study abroad, Elon offers a wealth of
opportunities for students to gain practical experience and apply what they learn in
the classroom to real-world situations. Elon has been instrumental in not only providing me with the inspiration to foster my career goals but has helped turn my lofty dreams into actionable steps.

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Haydn Stucker ’23

Major: Computer Science and Engineering

What’s Next? Mechanical and software engineer for General Dynamics Missions Systems

My most meaningful Elon experience was the chance to intern with different engineering companies. It was incredible to learn more about how my education, both in and out of the classroom, can make such an impact on the world.

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Justine Hurst ’23

Major: Exercise Science

What’s Next? MedServe Fellow with Americorps

I’m so lucky to have had countless professors at Elon who helped me grow as a
student and person. Whenever I see them, after taking their classes, they always ask about my life, interests and future plans. These relationships are one of the main reasons I chose Elon. I didn’t want to be a number on the roster. I wanted my professors to know me.

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Ava Rosen ’23

Major: Finance

What’s Next? Risk analyst with Goldman Sachs

I feel confident that I will be able to deliver on group projects in my career and am looking forward to working on debt and equity reports that are even more data-driven and narrative-focused.

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Andrew Harper ’22

Major: Economic Consulting, Finance and Business Analytics

What’s Next? Management Consulting at PWC


“The two things that helped me get a job quickly were studying abroad and extracurricular leadership activities. In all my interviews employers always pointed out all the leadership positions I held and my unique experience in the Dominican Republic.”

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Ciani Foy ’22

Major: Communication Design

What’s Next? User Experience Designer at Gap Inc.


“Elon opened me up to thinking big when it came to the career I wanted. I started searching for internships that matched communication design, and other passions of mine, which included fashion. Ultimately, it was my internship at Gap Inc. that led to the full-time job.”

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Jack Haley ’21

Major: Journalism

What’s Next? Social Media Associate at Newsweek


“Through my work at the Elon News Network, I connected with people. This year the former managing editor of Elon’s student newspaper, the Pendulum, reached out about a job opening at Newsweek. She thought of me because of the close professional relationship we formed while at Elon.”

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Lindsey Schubert ’21

Major: Strategic Communications and Media Analytics

What’s Next? Public Relations Account Executive at Neff 

“I chose Elon because of its small class sizes, the study abroad program and the overall feel of campus. I studied abroad twice, traveled to 10 countries as a result, and made lifelong friends. I know that Elon has prepared me for what’s to come.”

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Kevin Scott ’21

Major: Biochemistry

What’s Next? National Institutes of Health


“Every step along the way, Dr. Miyamoto, my faculty mentor, prepared me for the future, providing insights into what life is like as a full-time researcher. She pushed me to work hard, while encouraging and supporting me through difficult times amplified by the pandemic.”

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Danielle Fisher ’21

Major: Business Analytics

What’s Next? Account Manager for Amazon


“Elon exceeded my expectations by allowing me to develop strong relationships with professors and fellow students, complete internships and participate in a semester-long study abroad program."

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Meaghan Murray ’21

Major: Finance and International Business

What’s Next? Senior Financial Services Consultant with EY


“I formed so many incredible relationships with alumni and others within the Elon network. They mentored me, provided invaluable advice, and, ultimately, offered opportunities that led to my employment.”

Where Elon Students Work After Graduation
Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation
AMC Networks
American Ballet Theater
American Diabetes Association
Baltimore Orioles
BNY Mellon
Booz Allen Hamilton
Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Cambridge Associates
Capital One
Carolina Panthers
Creative Artists Agency
Credit Suisse
Dell EMC
Department of Defense
Disney Media & Entertainment
Duke University
Fidelity Investments
Goldman Sachs

Innovative Artists
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Marriott International
Massachusetts General Hospital
Morgan Stanley
NERA Economic Consulting
Northrop Grumman
Ogilvy & Mather
Oracle NetSuite
Philadelphia Eagles
Ralph Lauren
Red Ventures
Teach For America
Warner Bros.
Weber Shandwick
Wells Fargo

Student Professional Development Center Services

  • On-campus interviews with employers
  • Job and internship expos
  • Graduate and professional school fairs
  • Individual career advising sessions
  • Career and internship connections with alumni, parents and friends of Elon through The Elon Network on LinkedIn
  • Elon Job Network – an online resource for job and internship searches
  • Interview, résumé and networking development – mock interviews and critiques
  • Weekly hot sheets of job and internship opportunities
  • Online career planning resources
  • Individual and online assessment and interpretation
  • Transition Strategies courses for life beyond Elon
  • Career support for Elon alumni

Learn more about the SPDC