focuses on achieving a healthy balance between class work, work
and leisure time, addressing workplace and classroom stress's,
and building strong relationships with coworkers and classmates.
is your outlook on your work, class work, and career and
involves finding ways to improve at work through skill
development and active learning.
is the ability to make choices that foster positive
attitudes toward work, class work, your co-workers, and
classmates that will enhance your personal and professional
satisfaction and promote lifelong learning.
requires knowing enough about yourself to choose a rewarding
and fulfilling occupation consistent with your personal
interests, values and beliefs.
is a major stress point for many people, especially with the
busy schedule that today’s business world demands. The ideal
work environment accommodates each person’s strengths and
weaknesses in a healthy way; each person’s work is
Tips for improving Occupational Wellness:
Find a job you enjoy doing and work at it!
If your current job has you stressed, make sure to
take time for yourself to calm down.
Attempt to build your skills for excelling in the
a healthy balance between work and recreation
Visit Career Services to find a job that’s
right for you!
Talk to your co-workers about any problems you might
have before a dispute happens.
Career Services' mission is to empower
students to identify and maximize the connection between
what they learn and how they make a living
At the SU
Volunteer Center, students can become
involved with volunteer opportunities and community
groups may request help from registered student volunteers
Career Services Workshops
for students and alumni
Job- America’s largest hourly
employment network for job seekers and employers
Lower Shore One Stop Job Market-
The Job Market features an array of employment and training
services for job seekers and businesses, providing a broad
range of workforce development resources and information in