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All full-time undergraduate students are paired with advisors that support them throughout their entire time at Drexel as part of their Student Success Team.
Drexel Co-op provides students with real-world work experience, giving them the opportunity to test-drive careers before they even graduate.
Learn more about how the Steinbright Career Development Center partners with co-op employers to prepare Drexel students to succeed in the workplace and beyond.
With the help of Steinbright, these talented students have been transformed by the real-world experience and professional insight that comes along with experiential education.
Associate Director of Career Services, Nicole Dalberto, describes the various ways Steinbright connects students with Drexel's network of employer partners.
Halima Olapade's dedication to making the most of her cooperative education experiences was rewarded with a job offer from Google.
Finance student Natalia Azarian explains how our renowned cooperative education program brought her here to Drexel University.
Career Services staff member, Jenna Bechard, discusses the variety of services that Steinbright provides to help students prepare for the job search process.
Jessica Blank, Marketing Manager at One Liberty Observation Deck, received a valuable and unique education at Drexel that helped position her for success.
Jacky Liang's unique co-op experiences in Philadelphia and Shanghai have given him potential opportunities at global leaders such as Google, Facebook, and Apple.
One of Drexel's faculty members, Karen Nulton, PhD, shares her passion for cooperative education — just one piece of Drexel's University-wide commitment to experiential education.
Many employer partners empower Drexel co-op students to tackle large real-world projects, such as the SPARC project, and ensure that they feel like a valuable part of the company.
Drexel Co-op relies on our employer partners, like Comcast, committing to provide Drexel students with real-world experiences that enable them to effect meaningful change.
Aspire Bariatrics, Inc., a commercial stage medical device company, develops and commercializes weight loss solutions for customers in Europe and internationally.
The Patrick Center for Environmental Research at The Academy of Natural Sciences at Drexel University has been devoted to understanding, protecting, and restoring the health of watersheds since 1947.
Since its founding over fifty-five years ago, Sartomer Americas has pioneered the commercial development of products for cured-in-place technologies and is one of our 2018 employer award winners.
Award winning Drexel students share about how their co-op experiences have made a lasting impact on their lives.
Rebecca Weidensaul, Assistant Vice President of Student Life, discusses her experiences as a leader at Drexel University.
The 2017 Cooperative Education Awards recognized eight Drexel students for their exceptional effort in fulfilling the goals and ideals of cooperative education.
The U.S. Army Research Lab, the corporate laboratory of the U.S. Army Research Development and Engineering Command, was recognized as one of the two 2017 Co-op Employer of the Year award winners.
Recognized as one of the two 2017 Co-op Employer of the Year award winners, SAP is the world leader in enterprise applications in terms of software and software-related service revenue.
Kate Hughes, associate director of Drexel's Department of Global Studies and Modern Research Languages, was recognized as the 2017 Co-op Faculty of the Year award winner.
Alexis China knows that Drexel has plenty of opportunities that can support her academic, professional, and social pursuits, including gaining real-world work experience before graduation.
Experiential education at Drexel University brought Chanel Miller to work alongside the best minds in health care, as well as the most musically creative talents in the Philadelphia Orchestra.
Environmental Science major Katherine Coleby found out that at Drexel, she can go anywhere in the world for co-op, even back home in the Bahamas.