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Alumni Career Services

With a focus on connecting alumni to alumni, the Drexel Alumni Career Services program helps you reach your professional goals. Drexel Alumni, the Steinbright Career Development Center and some of Drexel’s Colleges and Schools offer extensive career service programming and resources.

Drexel Alumni Seminars, Workshops and Networking Events

Offered both in person and online, these programs cover a wide range of career-development topics and feature alumni and faculty speakers who are experts in their field. Topics are also often focused on a certain industry or type of career, allowing you to meet and establish relationships with fellow alumni that could lead you to that next career step.

Visit the Events Calendar for a complete schedule of alumni events in and around your area.

Professional Affinities

These volunteer-led groups, which are formed around particular industries or professions, allow alumni with shared interests to meet one another, make valuable connections and stay up-to-date on the latest news and trends in a particular field.

Current groups include the Drexel University Architecture Alumni Association, the Drexel Hospitality Affinity Group, the Drexel Marketing Affinity Group, the Real Estate Alumni Network.

New groups focused on interior design, public sector and academia are now forming.

Contact Lauren Knoll, associate director, Alumni Career Services at lck58@drexel.edu if you would like to:

  • Be added to the email distribution list for a particular group
  • Join the steering committee of a particular group
  • Start a group around your particular industry

The Drexel Alumni Networking Group on LinkedIn

This official group has become the largest Drexel networking group on LinkedIn, with more than 16,000 members, and provides a way for alumni to connect with each other and discuss career opportunities and professional development. In addition, Drexel Alumni will post information about upcoming career-development events and services.

Join Drexel Alumni on LinkedIn

Steinbright Career Development Center Offerings

Dragon Jobs is a job board filled with full-time positions posted by employers. Easily find jobs that are updated daily, search potential employers through the directory, and more.

One-on-one career counseling sessions are available to review your résumé, enhance your professional social media presence, help you develop a job search strategy, connect you with professional organizations and strengthen your interview skills.

Each year, in April and October, Steinbright hosts the largest university-held career fair in the Greater Philadelphia area, attracting more than 250 employers nationally. All alumni are welcome to attend.

Over 91% of undergraduate students participate in the Co-op program. Alumni benefit from the program by hiring these students to co-op at their companies.

For more about these offerings, visit the Steinbright Career Development Center website at drexel.edu/scdc.

College and School Resources

Thomas R. Kline School of Law: Get access to legal job fairs, fellowship opportunities and individual career counseling.

LeBow College of Business: The Office of Graduate Career Services provides MBA and MS alumni with resources including career management coaching, career exploration assessments and its online job board.

School of Education: The Early Career Practitioner Institute provides two years of mentoring for graduates in the teaching field, helping them develop lesson plans, set up their classrooms and handle issues that early-career teachers face.

Pennoni Honors College: The Drexel Fellowships Office supports graduates applying for nationally-competitive scholarship and fellowship opportunities, which include postgraduate working opportunities.

Dornsife School of Public Health: Log in to the Career Content Management System to find jobs, paid and unpaid internships and fellowships, summer opportunities, global opportunities, practicum opportunities, and masters projects (CBMPs).