Please use these links for information about Arcadia University and the Office of Career Education program.
as the central employment hub for Arcadia University students and alumni,
connecting them to opportunities presented by our employer partners.
Corporations, partnerships, sole proprietors, and third-party recruiters can
create a KnightLink account to post internships and job openings directly for
students and alumni to view. Registered and approved organizations may also
request student and alumni résumés in the database from the Office of Career
Education. Posting jobs and requesting student and alumni résumés is FREE.
& Career Fairs
Arcadia's bi-annual career fairs, held in October and March, are the
largest recruiting events of the year on campus. Hundreds of undergraduate and
graduate students and alumni from all majors and all class years attend in order
to discuss internships, job openings, and graduate programs with prospective
employers and universities. In addition to marketing internships, job openings,
and graduate programs to attendees, the employers' and universities' presence
at the fairs provides a very unique and valuable benefit - increased,
campus-wide brand awareness and visibility among the Arcadia University
community. All fairs are FREE (*advertisements and sponsorships are available
at a minimal cost).
Visits (available year-round)
Information Sessions are an
effective way to introduce potential interns and employees to employers and
prospective students to graduate schools. These sessions are designed to give
attendees information about companies and universities - from mission
statements and history to the newest products, services, programs, and
opportunities available. Some employers and graduate schools opt to hold an
information session after our Internship & Career Fairs, inviting those
that they met briefly with at the fair for follow-up discussions.
Recruiting tables, in the bustling student center
area called The Chat, gives employers and graduate schools the opportunity to
talk informally with students about the opportunities that exist in a casual
Presentations are made by employer
representatives to classes and student organizations on topics and issues of
mutual interest. This builds a foundation for cultivating relationships with
faculty and student leaders.
On-campus interviews provide
employers with the convenience of conducting multiple interviews during a
one-day period at the university. Employers who wish to interview students on
campus should contact the Office of Career Education in advance to secure
space. Career Education staff can reserve a conference room or office where
you'll be able to interview students in a quiet and private environment.
The Office of Career Education manages and contributes to several social
media outlets for you to share your opportunities and event announcements. In
particular, we invite you to consider utilizing our Facebook, Twitter, and
LinkedIn accounts as part of the recruiting process. Reaching students and
alumni through creative means like these is becoming common practice and is
Each fall and spring, the Office of Career Education hosts a
one-stop-shop trade show-like event where students and alumni are able to
receive advice and guidance from a variety of internal and external
stakeholders on topics like cover letters and graduate school essays. Employers
and graduate schools are invited to participate and share their expertise.
Join us at one or all of the following to explore the creative and academic
works of our students at the Global Expo, Exhibition for Academic Success,
and/or Senior Thesis/Capstone. These events are typically held in April and
Contact: Mark Gress
Jr., Interim Director of Career Education:
215.572.2972 | firstname.lastname@example.org