Why Being Involved on Campus Can Help Your Career

Posted on April 26, 2018 by By Brandyn Berean ’19, Delaware Valley University business major.

Yes, employers are still looking for what skills you have that are relevant to the position, but employers are actually also interested in what you’re doing outside of the classroom or office. 


How Interning with ReminderMedia is Helping Me Grow as a Young Professional

Posted on April 19, 2018 by By Alexandro Forero ’18, Delaware Valley University business major.

This spring, I am interning with a company called ReminderMedia, in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, in a sales support position. I am interning to gain a better understanding of my strengths and weaknesses. I also think interning will help me choose which area of business I would like to pursue for my career. 


Master of Public Policy (MPP) Students Help Local Nonprofits Through a New Delaware Valley University Course

Posted on April 18, 2018 by By Harry Baturin, a Delaware Valley University faculty member .

This month, Delaware Valley University Master of Public Policy (MPP) students completed their clinical projects in their Non-profit Organizations Policy, Governance and Practice Course, which I teach at the University. A central part of the Course is its clinical component in which students help their assigned organizations in areas such as reviewing and updating policy statements, formatting and preparing sponsorship packets, fine-tuning mission statements, administering and developing community development projects and youth outreach programs, and assisting with grant research.  


Helping People Through Grief at My Place for Peace

Posted on April 12, 2018 by Amelia Vanden Berghe ’18, Delaware Valley University counseling psychology major.

During the spring 2018 semester at Delaware Valley University, I interned with My Place for Peace, with a psychologist who specializes in dealing with grief, both in adults and children. I chose this position because post-graduation I would like to pursue a career as a child life specialist, working with pediatric oncology patients.