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Steve Swinney (BA '74)

Steve Swinney (BA '74)

"Being a Baylor graduate is a door opener. It's a commonality of values--an opening for other Baylor alumni who want to share and help each other."
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Though it's a great place to start, searching for a job and building a career involve much more than browsing a list of available positions. Along with the job search tools offered through Baylor's data management system, Experience Alumni, the Virtual Career Network provides you with a variety of additional resources to further assist you with your career development journey.

Participate in a series of live, online seminars that enhance the job search methodology. From identifying your ideal jobs to negotiating an offer, these presentations will help sharpen your self-promotion skills.

Missed the live version? You also can access archived webinars to catch up in the series and join us for the next live presentation.

Professional Certifications
Search for certifications or organizations in your field. Both are good ways to enhance marketability and networking opportunities.

Post-graduate Programs
Continuing your education can increase your career potential. Check out the degrees and programs Baylor has to offer.

Experience Alumni
Use our premier online career management tool, Experience Alumni, to build your resume, hone your interviewing skills and access a variety of industry-specific articles.

Council of Career Advisors
This outstanding group of business professionals and Baylor alumni provides leadership and support to alumni job seekers.

Contact Us
Need help figuring out how to use our online tools? We're here to assist you. Email us at

Personal and Professional Coaching
Partner with World Class Coaches to refine and enhance personal and organizational performance in the areas of leadership, teamwork, communication, motivation, and life management skills.