Delaware Valley College students are on a big mission: To tackle the globe’s biggest challenges.
By partnering with DelVal, you get motivated students with energy, brains and talent. They get real-world experience and an authentic path to pursuing their passion. Experience is still the best teacher.
How to get a DelVal student to work for you. (Besides saying, "you're hired.")
Sponsor an internship
Expand your talent base by supporting a DelVal student internship. You gain a bright, motivated worker, while students earn credit under faculty supervision.
Post jobs and conduct campus interviews
Employers can post open positions and track applications through ExperienceLink, our online job board. To create an ExperienceLink account, visit: www.delval.edu/experiencelink
Speak at career fairs and open houses
Come to campus where you can generate awareness for your business, network with qualified candidates and scout potential recruits one-on-one. Check out our Fall fair, the Agriculture / Science Career & Internship Fair and our Spring fair, Career Day.
Partner with student groups
Connect with several DelVal student professional and academic groups from the Psychology Club to the Dairy Society to assist in professional development, meet future industry leaders, and partner on community service and civic engagement projects.
Connect with faculty
Faculty members in disciplines in which you have a recruiting interest can help you spot the best talent, as well as create opportunities for speaking to classes and pursuing joint projects.
Develop a strategy with career services
Career Services can help you tailor a recruiting strategy that works directly toward your company’s priorities, as well as facilitate ways to engage potential talent.
Host a company tour
Expose students to your organization’s mission and goals while connecting with students who share your company’s skill set and passions.
Recruit fellow Rams
As a DelVal alumnus you can work with Career Services to meet groups of current students who may be perfect for your organization.
The Center for Student Professional Development will help point you in the right direction. To get involved, contact them today.