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A guide to career research detailing valuable resources available through Stevens and the S.C. Williams Library. Freely available web/internet resources also included.
Library resources usually used for academic research -- including books, ebooks, newspapers, scholarly articles and more -- can also be used to help you as you search for careers and employers.
While the Library cannot directly help you find a job (check with the Career Center for that!), what we can do is show you how to take advantage of the Library's tools while you have access to them as a student (or onsite access as an alum).
Career Development Resources at Stevens
The Stevens departments devoted to helping you with your career should be your first step when you are ready to start figuring out what you'd like to do.
"The Stevens Career Center supports students in obtaining career outcomes appropriate to their personal goals through career exploration programs, experiential education opportunities, and individualized guidance from Career Center Professional staff members. We engage with our students from their first semester to graduation by providing career planning workshops, corporate site visits, and a variety of on-campus recruiting opportunities throughout the year. We are privileged to aid corporate, government, and non-profit employers in their efforts to recruit top talent for their organizations."
The Stevens Cooperative Education Program, or Co-op, is a five-year educational program, which provides undergraduate students with the opportunity to alternate between semesters of full-time work and full-time study in areas related to the student's academic major and career interests. The Co-op program is designed to provide experiences that prepare students to connect their academic studies with the world of work, explore career interests and clarify goals.
A project of the State of New Jersey Department of Education and the Department of Labor and Workforce Development, NJCAN provides accurate, comprehensive, current, and relevant occupational, post-secondary school and financial aid information. NJCAN contains the latest national, New Jersey and local labor market data and projections. NJCAN also includes information on job interview preparation and resume and cover letter creation.