Ask your employer what weather contingency plans they have for employees. Do they have rooms for you to sleep in, food to eat, et cetera? Most hospitals have emergency plans for personnel housing in an emergency, whether it's empty patient rooms, on call rooms etc, free food in the cafeteria, whatever.
Also, make sure you close up your house tight, turn off all water and purge pipes. Then grab clothing changes enough for 3 or 4 days. Pack enough dry food and water for 3 -4 days, have extra batteries, 2 flashlights, blanket, thermal clothing, charged cell phone with car charger, full tank of gas, shovel, snow chains.
Then go to work. The food and water is if you yourself are stranded on the road with no help. Also, since you're a new grad, if you could make it, I would suggest that you do. That will show you to be a dedicated player willing to put up with hardship for the team.
*** Sidebar *** I got trapped at work for three days once. When I went back out to look for my car, it was buried under 8 feet of show. Half of it was mother nature, the rest was city sanitation, whose show blowers opened the roads by blowing the snow onto parked cars. It took me and a few helpful colleagues, more than 6 hours to dig myself out.