The Career Engagement Office opposes all forms of racism and continues to actively work on ourselves and with all our stakeholders - including students, employers, campus partners, and administrators. We insist that ALL systems of oppression must be dismantled. We cannot be SILENT about these “uncomfortable truths”. We have to speak out, make accountable commitments, and take serious action.
We're committed to building a culture of inclusion and belonging in which a diverse workforce has equitable and inclusive opportunities to contribute, succeed, and thrive. We strive to be and work daily at being anti-racist.
The Career Engagement Office is committed to continuity of service to our students, recent alumni, faculty, staff, and external partners. We've compiled a list of Recently Asked Questions for you to stay informed. Check back often for updates.
Current students and recent graduates are still welcome to schedule a career coaching appointment which will be conducted virtually through Zoom beginning March 16, 2020.
The Career Engagement Office provides several online resources, available 24/7, to help you in your career exploration, discovery of experiential learning opportunities, job search, interview preparation, and more. Check them out!
Use Handshake to find on-campus jobs, part-time employment, internships and opportunities for full-time professional roles and to RSVP to recruiting events nationwide.
CareerShift helps job seekers successfully navigate the published and hidden job market to find career opportunities. With CareerShift‘s robust company and contact database, users can find current job connections and make meaningful new connections. CareerShift also has a filter to search job listings that include H-1B Visa Sponsorship, OPT (Optional Practical Training) for F-1 Students, and/or EAD (Employment Authorization Document) language.
Vault provides in-depth intelligence on what it’s really like to work in an industry, company or profession, and how to position yourself to land that job.
Lockin China is a great platform committed to providing employment solutions and career development supports for both International and domestic students who are seeking opportunities in China and East Asia.
Four out of five SU students—three times the national average—engage in service learning, a skill 81% of HR executives say makes a college grad more desirable.
Nearly 3,000 students participate in more than 200 service-learning courses annually.
With 78,000 alumni working in every state and 93 countries, your network as a Redhawk has a wide wingspan.
SU is #2 in the West for high-quality teaching by its faculty.
—U.S. News & World Report: “Best Colleges 2017”
The average salary of all graduates within 10 years of entering SU is 36% higher, or $20,000 more, than the national average (NACE).