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Getting Started

Developing your skills as a job seeker can be just as important and valuable as developing the skills required for your industry. The Steinbright Career Development Center aims to support students in building these abilities during their time at Drexel and beyond. These resources are meant to be a launching point for your professional development including résumé creation, interviewing, and communication etiquette.

  • Get Involved Outside the Classroom

    There are many ways to expand your learning, from joining a student organization, volunteering your time, gaining work experience, and obtaining national and international experience.

  • Job Search

    Knowing how to search for a job — whether it's your first professional job or the next step in your career — is a must-have skill. Learn more about navigating databases, company websites and professional networking.

  • Application Materials

    Job applications are a vital part of any job search. Developing quality applications is your best chance for a strong first impression. Learn more about résumés, cover letters, CV's, and portfolios, and how they can be your key to success.

  • Interviewing

    From what to wear, what to ask, and how to cope with nerves, Steinbright offers a variety of electronic and in-person resources for students and alumni with any level of interview experience.

  • On the Job

    While you are working on co-op, you will encounter new people and situations, which may cause questions to arise. Always remember that your Steinbright partner is available to assist you. In addition, the content and resources available on our On the Job page have been developed for you.

  • Highlighting Your Diversity

    Learn more about resources available through Steinbright, Drexel and beyond to support diverse students and alumni in the increasingly global workforce.