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Looking for an internship or a job? Then, check this out.

March 21, 2023: The Center for Student Professional Development is hosting a Job and Internship Fair from 2-5 p.m. March 21 in the Moumgis Auditorium. All majors are welcome. If you need help with your resume or interview preparation, reach out to Career Services, located on the first floor of Segal Hall. They offer: You can make an appointment with an advisor by stopping by … Continue reading Looking for an internship or a job? Then, check this out.

Students Get Hands-On Experience Helping Mares Foal

Written by: Sabrina Workman Spring is upon us, and with it brings new four-legged friends on campus, specifically south campus’ Markovitz Breeding Center. Home to DelVal’s broodmare herd, which is the band of mares that the University owns. The breeding center is the epicenter of cuteness in the spring. Jenna Reigle, the breeding center manager, oversees the entire barn and helps the students. She’s been … Continue reading Students Get Hands-On Experience Helping Mares Foal

Making the Most of Your E360 Experience

Written by: Keyan Gregoire-James What is E360?One of the many things that Delaware Valley University is known for is its Experience360 experiential learning program, also known as E360. This program gives students the opportunity to gain real life experience in the field that they are interested in. My experience with E360  I decided to do my E360 experience with DelVal’s English department and I worked … Continue reading Making the Most of Your E360 Experience

Student Spotlight: Follow up with Christine Lambert

By: Hannah Seltzer I decided to check back in with our friend Christine Lambert after her exciting summer with the Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC). When we last interviewed Christine, she told us about her journey in the conservation and wildlife management major. I wanted to get the amazing details about her internship, how it relates to E360, and showcase some of the incredible opportunities DelVal … Continue reading Student Spotlight: Follow up with Christine Lambert

Behind the Posts: Leyla Danis

Do you ever wonder who is behind the Delaware Valley University social media posts? That would be Leyla Danis, a 2021 DelVal graduate! Danis majored in media and communication and is now the social media coordinator and copywriter for the marketing and communications department (Marcomm) at DelVal. Danis’ main job is to manage seven social media pages on behalf of DelVal. From TikTok, Instagram, and … Continue reading Behind the Posts: Leyla Danis

Your Guide to the E360 Activity Application

For many students at Delaware Valley University, the Experience 360 program (also known as “E360”) is a big reason why they applied to the college. The E360 program allows students to get hands-on experience in their field outside of the classroom. Fulfilling an E360 activity also allows students to receive credits for the number of hours they put in. E360 activities are also a requirement … Continue reading Your Guide to the E360 Activity Application

Leaving an E360 Legacy

If you’ve ever walked into the Center for Student Professional Development office (CSPD) or had any questions about the E360 experiential learning program, chances are you met Darrah Mugrauer. Darrah served as the director of the E360 program for Delaware Valley University for three years and is leaving a legacy here at DelVal as she moves on to a new opportunity. Darrah started working with … Continue reading Leaving an E360 Legacy

Student Spotlight: Hailey Christman

When it comes to finding a silver lining, this senior Media and Communication major is one of the pros. After facing a career-ending injury and surgery on her hip, she was not cleared by medical professionals to join the women’s wrestling team. But she wasn’t going to let that stop her from being part of the team. Her love for photography and marketing and passion … Continue reading Student Spotlight: Hailey Christman

“Your Greatest Weakness”: Answering One of the Toughest Interview Questions

The interview process can be terrifying and can easily lead to overthinking. You never know which questions you’ll be asked or how the interviewer expects you to respond. That said, there is one question I have been asked in every single interview I have ever been a part of, and it’s also one of the most difficult to answer: What would you say your greatest … Continue reading “Your Greatest Weakness”: Answering One of the Toughest Interview Questions

Planning Not to Plan

As a college student you get sick of hearing the age-old question: “What are your plans for after you graduate?” And after answering this question an uncountable number of times over the years, sick is actually an understatement. Most people that ask expect us to have an answer even before we’ve even stepped foot in our first college course and also expect that same answer … Continue reading Planning Not to Plan