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SOURCE Stevenson University
STEVENSON, Md., April 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As spring commencement nears, college students throughout the U.S. prepare to enter a challenging and competitive job market. Many of those students, fearing that they are behind in the process, might make crucial mistakes that actually inhibit their likelihood of securing a job.
"The key for college seniors is being deliberate, not desperate, in their job searches," says Anne Scholl-Fiedler, Vice President for Career Services at Stevenson University. Here is her list of the Top 4 "DON'Ts" that can hinder a student's job search process.
Stevenson University is a national leader in career education with a 91% job and/or graduate school placement rate for its graduates. The University has developed its own process, Career Architecture SM, to help its students prepare for a lifetime of career success through an emphasis on developing students' personal direction, discipline expertise, and professional know-how integrated with their academic and co-curricular experiences.
Learn more about Stevenson's Career Architecture program here.
Anne Scholl-Fiedler has led Stevenson University's Office of Career Services since 2012 and brings more than two decades of collegiate career development experience to her position. Her professional background includes employer and alumni relations, developing collaborative partnerships, and leading strategic development initiatives for university career centers.
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