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March 21, 2022
The generous gifts from Elon parents John and Kristin Replogle P’18 and Wolfspeed, Inc., to the Innovation Quad will help provide premier facilities for physics, engineering and other STEM fields at Elon. Their gifts are part of the $250 million Elon LEADS Campaign.
March 3, 2022
The article examines a new move to recognize and potentially accredit colleges and universities for how successfully they prepare their students for careers after graduation.
Career Moves: Determination, a polished application helped Emily Robinson ’22 get closer to public policy career
March 1, 2022
Emily Robinson, a policy studies major from Morganton, North Carolina, was accepted into NC State University's Master of Public Administration program after working with the Student Professional Development Center to finalize her personal statement.
February 25, 2022
Follow these three tips on how to best stay in touch with connections made during Connect to Your Future Day, as well as make more connections with potential employers.
February 23, 2022
In conjunction with the Student Professional Development Center, the School of Communications hosted the COM Meet and Greet on Feb. 22, attracting seven organizations representing a variety of communications-related industries.
February 18, 2022
Network@Night is one of the many events included in "Connect to your Future Day." These events take place on Tuesday, Feb. 22 and all build-up to the grand finale of Network@Night.
February 8, 2022
Elon students have multiple opportunities to meet with employers on campus and learn more about career paths on Tuesday, Feb. 22.
January 24, 2022
Foy credits coursework, a desire to help people and her dream of working in fashion as the fuel that ignited her desire to intern with Gap Inc.
January 12, 2022
Maria Mendoza ’22 is continuing her work in business consulting at Ernst & Young, but this time as a full-time employee.
December 14, 2021
The Student Professional Development Center (SPDC) teamed up with the Boys and Girls Club of Alamance County to provide targeted career development workshops to a group of middle and high school students.