Steinbright Career Development Center
The Steinbright Career Development Center (SCDC) offers students career assessment tools, including personality and interest inventories, which help students clarify their interests as they relate to career choice, identify their motivators and preferences in order to make a better match between personality and work setting, and understand how certain personality factors affect career decision making and selection.
For students seeking Co-op placement, the SCDC hosts a series of workshops to help improve resume and interview skills on topics such as speed interviewing, how to answer tough interview questions, resume repair, and conducting independent job searches.
There are currently more than 1,600 Co-op employers in the program, located in 33 states and 48 finternational locations, including Australia, Costa Rica, France, Germany, Israel and Spain.
Transfer students who enter Drexel during the fall term and are in a five-year major are set to a spring/summer Co-op cycle, which means they’ll apply for jobs in November. Transfer students must take Co-op 101 and receive credit before they can participate in the Co-op program. International transfer students from an institution outside the United States must be in class for three terms before they are allowed to participate in co-op.