Job Search Resources at Drexel

The following Drexel resources are available to assist you with your job search:

  • Career Library – Located in the Hagerty Library on the University City Campus, a Drexel librarian can help you identify companies in your industry and/or geographic area of interest.
  • Workshops – Target your specific job search needs by attending a workshop. The workshops, times, and locations change each term.
  • Career Guides – Guides that provide a good overview of job information as it relates to your major.
  • Handshake – Employers post full-time positions, part-time positions, and internships here.
  • Career Fairs – Fairs are held on campus twice a year. Industry-specific career and school fairs for Engineering and Law are also held each year.
  • Employer Information Sessions – Employers come to campus and use these sessions as a pre-screening tool. Students can ask questions, network, and get direction on their job search.
  • Career Counseling – Individual counseling and guidance can help you explore career paths and job search strategies. Call 215.895.2185 to schedule an appointment with a career counselor.
  • Co-op Advisors – Steinbright staff members can help navigate the co-op process and provide advice as you conduct your job search. They are assigned by major to co-op students and work with the employers who hire these students.
  • Employment Summary and Planner Archives (ES&P) – This is a collection of student evaluations of their past co-op jobs. The archive does not contain any active job postings and can only be viewed by students with co-op concentrations. Review the companies and information to determine which ones may be a good fit for you. You may access the ES&P archives through DrexelOne.

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