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Resources and Announcements

Senior Class Gift: Leave Your Legacy with #MyLegacy

Join your classmates in celebrating your senior year by donating to the groups or organizations that impacted your time at Drexel. #MYLEGACY is an opportunity to give back to the parts of Drexel you are passionate about, like your club, college or program. Let your senior class gift be "more than a bench." To learn more, visit the #MYLEGACY website.

For more information, email Liz Miller at

Advice for the Senior Class from the Drexel Alumni Association

With graduation on the horizon, members of the Drexel University Alumni Association Board of Governors wanted to share some words of encouragement and advice for your class, so they put together a series of videos. The Alumni Association also extended an opportunity to the entire Drexel alumni community to share advice with the graduating class.

Click here to watch a video compilation of advice from the Alumni Association Board of Governors. Read advice Drexel alumni have shared with graduating seniors.

New Graduate Guide

This New Graduate Guide was created just for you - our graduating seniors! Use it as a handbook to help you take advantage of all of the great opportunities the Alumni Association provides for you to stay involved with and connected to your fellow alumni and the university. 

Download the New Graduate Guide

SCDC Career Services for Graduating Seniors

The Steinbright Career Development Center (SCDC) offers a variety of tools, resources, and services for graduating seniors. For more information, please contact Nicole Dalberto at 215.895.2185 or stop by the SCDC offices located at 3201 Arch St., Suite 250.

Graduating students can schedule a meeting with the Senior Coordinator to discuss any of the following:

  • Review your resume, cover letter or curriculum vitae
  • Enhance your professional social media presence
  • Improve your LinkedIn profile and guide you as you take networking to the next level
  • Develop a job search strategy that will lead you to a great position
  • Steer you towards the databases, search engines and job search resources at your fingertips
  • Illuminate the professional organizations that will tie you into your field
  • Build on your existing interview skills
  • Educate you on the best salary negotiation strategies

The one-on-one sessions in person, via phone or Skype will take your job search to the next level.

Post-Graduation Public Service Programs

Want to spend a year or two after graduation making a difference in the country and/or world? Committing to full time service and/or public service fellowships after graduating from college has grown increasingly popular. In fact, many of today's distinguished leaders in fields including politics, business and journalism have completed such terms of service through national and international programs. Alumni of these programs not only gain the satisfaction of having contributed to the public good, but may leave with that edge needed to attain acceptance into lucrative grad programs and professional positions in their fields.

As these programs grow increasingly selective, let the Lindy Center for Civic Engagement support you in preparing for the application process. It's never too early to start! Click here for more information or contact the Lindy Center at for more information.

Archived Career Webcast Recordings

Career Workshop: Expectations in the Workplace - Feb. 2, 2012

Presented by Steinbright Career Development Center (SCDC) Representatives: Kenneth Bohrer, Graduate Co-op Coordinator and Career Counselor and Arnie Kohen, Career Counselor

Getting ready to start your first professional full-time job post-graduation? As seniors, most of you have had co-op work experiences. Employers may have different expectations of you. In this presentation, participants learn what to do and what not to do in that first all important position! Topics include, but are not limited to the following: telephone etiquette; email etiquette; preparing for your job; first day on the job and ethics in the workplace.

Career Workshop: Have You Considered Applying for Federal Jobs? - April 17, 2012

Presented by Steinbright Career Development Center (SCDC) Representatives: Kenneth Bohrer, Graduate Co-op Coordinator & Career Counselor and Arnie Kohen, Career Counselor

Did you know that in 2007 there were 1.85 million federal civilian employees? Learn the initial steps in the federal job hiring process.

Career Workshop: The Hidden Job Market - May 23, 2012

Presented by Steinbright Career Development Center (SCDC) Representatives: Kenneth Bohrer, Graduate Co-op Coordinator & Career Counselor and Arnie Kohen, Career Counselor

Job openings in most organizations are generally filled in three ways. The first way is through internal postings, which makes the most economic sense. For example, about 50% - 60% of Drexel Seniors will be offered a position with a former co-op employer. The second option is to advertise the position, which can be expensive & time consuming. The third and most popular strategy is through networking. Did you know that over 80% of job openings are never listed anywhere? Learn the strategies needed, through networking, to access The Hidden Job Market and locate your ideal position!