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Benefits of a Susquehanna Education

Comprehensive Four-Year Career Development

Picture of Career FairThe moment you set foot on campus, you’ll have access to career development programs that teach you everything from networking skills to personal financial planning. We’ll also help you determine which careers best align with your interests and life goals, and match you with internships that enable you to identify jobs you might wish to pursue. With the help of the Career Development Center, you’ll develop the confidence and skills to take control of your career before you graduate. More >>

A Versatile Liberal Arts Background

At Susquehanna, you'll develop the potential to perform well no matter where your career path may take you. You’ll gain critical thinking skills and practical knowledge in many subjects that will be valuable in any position. You’ll also have opportunities for professional preparation in business, fine arts and communications, and pre-professional options in law, medicine and teaching. More >>

Strong Post-Graduate Success Rates

Susquehanna can help you compete in the job market and prepare you for continued academic pursuits. Ninety-eight percent of Susquehanna's Class of 2012 reported being employed or enrolled in graduate or professional school within six months of graduation. More >>

Internships

Internships and other experiential learning opportunities allow you to explore possible career paths. They will also help you gain relevant skills that can make you stand out in a job search. More >>

Valuable Networking Contacts

Susquehanna can help connect you with employers and recruiters from graduate and professional schools. Susquehanna's faculty and alumni mentors, career specialists and visiting professionals will offer you valuable insights, advice and contacts. Take advantage of networking events on campus as well as in Harrisburg, Philadelphia and New York City. More >>



Anne Stankiewicz '06

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Anne Stankiewicz '06

Anne Stankiewicz '06

Business Administration, Ecnomics

Connections helped one Susquehanna alumnus launch her career, but hard work made her succeed in a competitive field.

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