To make an appointment or to speak to a staff member call 609-652-4650 or stop by the office today - Campus Center, Suite 104.
What We Do
You come to Stockton for an education that will open doors to your future. We are here to make sure you have the knowledge, skills and experiences you need to start a successful career. On this site you will find a wealth of information about career planning, decision making and job searching. We invite you to take advantage of both the services we offer in person and on our website. If you would like to make an appointment to talk with a career advisor, please call us at 609-652-4650.
The mission of the Career Center at Stockton University is to educate students and alumni about all phases of the career development process, and guide them through the formulation and implementation of viable educational and career plans.
LOCATION & HOURS
Campus Center, Suite 104
Summer Hours (mid-May through mid-August):
Walter Tarver, III
Areas of Responsibility: External Relations, Operations, Staff Supervision, Employer Development, Technology
Areas of Responsibility: Assessment efforts, Website, Marketing, Graduate Surveys, Arts, Entertainment, & Communications Career Community Advisor
Areas of Responsibility: StocktonWorks, Career Fairs, Graduate Kick-Off, Business and Hospitality & Tourism Career Community Advisor
Areas of Responsiblity: Alumni Programs and Mentors, Career Exploration Panels, Supervision of Career Ambassadors, Health Sciences Career Community Advisor
Areas of Responsibility: Social Media, Business Etiquette Dinner, Law & Politics Career Community Advisor, Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics Career Community Advisor
Areas of Responsibility: Virtual Graduate School Fair, Education Career Community Advisor, Public & Social Service Career Community Advisor
Secretarial Assistant 2
Areas of Responsibility: Scheduling, Supervision of Office Assistants, Event and Administrative Support
Technical Assistant 2
Areas of Responsibility: Assist with Supervision of Office Assistants, Employment Postings, Event and Administrative Support
Career Ambassadors are sophomores, juniors, and seniors trained in assisting other students with resumes and cover letters. They are also available to present to student clubs and in residence halls on resumes and other services that the Career Center provides.
Find out how you can become a Career Ambassador and gain valuable experience and advice for your own career.