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Test-drive your career.

Ambition Can't Wait: co-ops working at Comcast. Ambition Can't Wait: co-ops working at Comcast.

At Drexel, academics and cooperative education go hand-in-hand. Co-op is a pathway to success that sets a Drexel education apart from other universities, allowing students to learn alongside experts in the field and carry what they learn back to the classroom. This model allows students to gain a unique combination of knowledge and experience that will empower them to become the leaders of today and tomorrow.

A major resource that assists in the co-op process is the Steinbright Career Development Center. As one of the largest collegiate teams of co-op and career services, Steinbright also provides career counselors who will assist in all aspects of career development, advanced methods of interviewing skills, professional networking, and more. Upon graduation, you’ll have a full résumé with a variety of experience and have developed your own vast network of professionals around the world.

Understanding Co-op

Drexel Co-op provides professional employment experience, giving students the opportunity to explore and build a career before they enter the workforce.

Co-op: The Employer POV

With the help of our employer partners, the Steinbright Career Development Center is able to produce exceptional results and experiences for Drexel students.

Learn more about the Steinbright Career Development Center


Drexel undergraduate students enrolled in the co-op program.


Co-op employers who say they would consider rehiring their co-op student for a future co-op or full-time position.


Co-op students that found their experience relevant to their career objectives.

Drexel co-op students employed domestically and abroad.

Drexel students have worked with
co-op employers.

Co-op has taken Drexel students to
different countries and
different states (including D.C. and Puerto Rico).

Learn More About Co-Op

*Data from academic year ’16-’17 co-op data