When managers talk about bringing analytics and evidence-based decisions to the business, it usually means they're about to hire a Stevens student.

A Stevens intern presents to a panel of professionals at Deloitte's New York City offices.
Seth Kirschner '18, with microphone, leads a presentation at Deloitte's offices in New York during his internship.

Whether as interns or early-career professionals, Stevens business students are trusted with high-profile assignments in areas like disruptive technologies, optimization, strategic marketing, predictive analytics and risk assessment, because corporate managers know these skills are at the core of their education. Stevens students also are excellent presenters and collaborators thanks to assignments that require working in teams to manage timelines, complete projects, and report findings to peers and industry guests. 

Internships and placement by the numbers

Where Stevens students get hired

Prudential

Jet

PwC

EY

iCIMS

Deloitte

Verisk Analytics

Protiviti

Finding success through internships

An edge in career services

A group of students listens as a career counselor offers advice on résumé preparation.

The skills students need to succeed

Stevens students are supported in their quest for internships and jobs through a career center that has been ranked among the best in the nation by The Princeton Review.

Helping students succeed on the job search