Office of Career Success & Professional Development Information

Career Success & Professional Development offers comprehensive career development and preparation for all undergraduate, graduate, weekend/evening and online students to meet the diverse needs of Maryville’s student population. Our career development process: EXPLORE -> ENGAGE -> ELEVATE prepares students with an individual post-graduation plan and prepares them for lifelong career management.

We invite you to visit our offices for help with your career exploration, graduate and professional school advising and preparation, internship, fellowship and full-time job searches, and specialized advising needs. We offer a variety of programs and resources:

  • Self-assessment tools
  • Career development counseling
  • Resume / cover letter writing
  • Mock interviews
  • Job Listings through myCareer
  • Graduate school application preparation
  • Industry-specific panels and workshops
  • Campus-wide career fairs

For an appointment or more information on any of these events and services, please email career@maryville.ed or call 314.529.9375.


Speed Networking: Rawlings Sports Business Management
Monday, February 3, 2016, President’s Conference Center
Connect with professionals in the business of sports. Prep workshop required for attendees.

Maryville’s Best – Dressed for Success Fashion Show
February 15, 2016, 6:00-7:00 p.m., Auditorium

Featuring Maryville faculty and staff this fashion show will highlight the best and worst of professional attire. Vote for your favorite at the show! Macy’s Gift Card giveaways, and discount offers from brand name local retailers will be raffled. Don’t miss “mocktails” and wings after the show in Pfaff Lobby.

Open to all students, staff and faculty.

Get Money! Arts & Science Career/Grad School Expo,
February 24, 2016, 4:00-6:00 p.m., Donius University Center Atrium

Tired of being asked “What are going to do with a major in……?” At this this poetry slam inspired event representatives from companies and grad schools will have just 30-45 seconds to inspire your interest in their opportunity, expertise and/or program. Afterwards students will have a chance to mingle in a comfortable and informal manner with representatives at designated cocktail tables. *The focus of this event is for Arts & Sciences, however, all students are invited and encouraged to attend.

Education Career Fair
Monday, March 14th, 2016, Noon – 4:00 p.m., Donius University Center Atrium
Designed for our teacher candidates this event features live interviews with principals and human resources from area school districts. Interview Selection Date – February 10th, 3:45-5:00 p.m., DUC 107.

National Student Employment Week
April 11-16, 2016
Join us in recognizing the importance of the student work experience and their contributions to the community. Food and giveaways – more details to come…