Recruit Graduating Students and Alumni
Drexel graduates have exceptional experience, motivation, and knowledge as a result of their educational preparation and participation in one of the nation's largest cooperative education programs. The Steinbright Career Development Center team is glad to build the bridge between employers and students to assist with your recruiting efforts.
Need an effective recruiting strategy to hire graduating students and alumni? Contact Nicole Dalberto, Associate Director of Career Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Post Job Opportunities on Handshake
Steinbright manages a comprehensive recruiting program for graduating seniors and alumni through the well-known online
recruiting system, Handshake. Handshake is an easily accessible job board for graduating students, as well as all current students and alumni, to review and apply for job postings from employers like you.
Handshake can be utilized throughout the year to post career opportunities.
In addition, employers may register for upcoming career fairs
and information sessions, view upcoming dates and deadlines,
and view student applications for posted positions. Important
announcements are also provided within the Handshake
Note: Handshake is targeted toward current students or
alumni who have graduated within the past two years. Employers
with job opportunities for alumni that require three or more years
of experience are invited to post positions via the Alumni
Relations office by emailing the job description to email@example.com.
If you need assistance with posting jobs on Handshake, please contact Jillian Clark, Career Services Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in interviewing on campus, please contact Jillian Clark, Career Services Coordinator, at email@example.com, to reserve a space.
All interviews take place at the Steinbright Career Development Center, 3201 Arch Street, Suite 250, Philadelphia, PA
In order to maintain a full-time recruitment process that is fair and equitable, and to support informed and responsible decision making by candidates, Drexel University encourages employers to abide by the following offer guidelines.
Employers should not extend exploding offers, defined as giving a candidate an unreasonably short period of time to accept an offer before it is revoked. While it is not uncommon for companies to offer financial incentives for an early decision, especially for full-time offers, as long as students are able to take a reasonable amount of time to finalize the decision, it is not considered an exploding offer.
These guidelines are based on the NACE Principles for Ethical Professional Practice.
Career Fairs and Information Sessions
Drexel career fairs are among the largest collegiate career fairs in the Philadelphia region. Employers are
invited to attend the Fall Career Fair, Engineering and Technology Career Fair, and Spring Career Fair. View information about upcoming Career Fairs.
Employers are welcome to host Information Sessions to build brand awareness on campus. For additional ideas, check out our strategies to increase On-Campus Engagement Opportunities.