Career Day is an opportunity for students and employers to engage in meaningful conversations regarding current and future employment opportunities - full time, part-time, internship, and volunteer opportunities as well as graduate school program opportunities. Career Day brings recruiters onto campus to meet with DelVal students from all majors.

Career Day is scheduled for Wednesday, March 19, 2014 from 11a.m. - 2:30p.m. in the Moumgis Auditorium (Student Center). 

Employers - registration for the March 19 fair is now closed due to max capacity. 

Seeking students or recent graduates for part-time, full-time, internship or volunteer opportunities? Please consider attending our fair and meeting our students. 

Students from all majors are invited to participate in the fair.  For information on our Academic Programs, see http://www.delval.edu/academics/. There is no fee to attend.  Directions and parking information will be sent to you via email.  Continental breakfast and lunch are provided.  Questions? Contact us at cspd@delval.edu or 215-489-2448.

Students - FAQs

What should I bring?

  1. A professional folder/binder with an appropriate number of resumes, e.g. if you plan on talking with 5 companies, bring 10-12 copies to be safe.
  2. A pen to write notes.
  3. Women can bring a small handbag.
  4. Portfolio: this is not necessary, but if you have a professional portfolio that showcases your work, abilities and accomplishments, you may want to bring it (especially certain majors like landscape design, where a sample of your previous work may be required). However, since time is limited for recruiters, always ask first if it is an appropriate time to display your portfolio.

What should I wear?
All students are expected to dress in industry appropriate attire. This does not necessarily mean that you are required to wear a business suit, although it is strongly encouraged. However, jeans, tee shirts and sweatshirts with logos are not acceptable attire.

Who's Recruiting?
Click here for a list of organizations who plan to attend this year's fair and who have attended Career Day in the past. More information about the organizations can be found on their individual websites. Check back as employers are being added each day!

Why should I attend Career Day?
To find out information about possible internship, full-time, part-time and volunteer positions; make networking contacts; gain valuable career assistance and learn about possible career paths. By talking with recruiters, you can make industry contacts and get helpful information.

  • Contacts. Even if a company does not list openings in your field, investigate what opportunities they do have to offer. Remember, companies do not always just need people with degrees in their specific field. For example, large landscaping companies have the need for accountants and business managers as well as trained horticulturalists.
  • Information. You can obtain general information about the industry/occupation as well as specific information about organizations.

What if I have scheduled classes?
Career Day is not an automatically excused absence, but check with your professors. In the past, many professors have allowed an excused absence for Career Day attendance.