Speak with a Career Counselor
The transition from university life to professional life doesn't have to be difficult or ridden with anxiety. The Steinbright Career Development Center offers individual appointments to undergraduate students of all majors and class years, as well as graduate students and alumni.
First-Year Student Career Counseling
First-Year Career Counseling seeks to engage students in professional development at the beginning of their collegiate career. Whether you are just starting to think about your career or beginning to prepare to pursue a specific direction, career services has tailored these appointments to meet your unique needs. Learn more about First-Year Student Career Counseling.
Career and Educational Counseling
Our counselors assist Drexel students with selecting majors and setting appropriate educational and career goals. As part of the career counseling process, career assessments are available. The purpose of the assessments and subsequent interpretation is to help students:
- Clarify their interests as they relate to majors and career choices
- Understand how certain personality factors affect career decision making and selection
- Identify career motivators and preferences to make a better fit between personally characteristics and work settings
Students and alumni interested in further details can learn more about these assessments.
Additionally, we offer counseling and guidance regarding career exploration and job search strategies. These topics include résumé/cover letter writing, interviewing skills, networking strategies, job/salary negotiation, transferable skills, and employer expectations.
Graduate Student Career Counseling
Career counseling is also available for all graduate students. Graduate students can learn more on our Career Services for Graduate Students page.
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–4 p.m.
The office is closed daily from 12 p.m.–1 p.m.