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 doContinue reading “Making the Most of Your E360 Experience”

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 socialContinue 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 ofContinue 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 sheContinue reading “Leaving an E360 Legacy”

Blogging advice from “The Breakfast Club”

On Thursday, December 2, the Elements of Blogging I and II classes had their last full staff meeting of the year. This was a bittersweet time for all of the members because we knew it would be our last time in an official blogging class. Each student in the Elements of Blogging class II wasContinue reading “Blogging advice from “The Breakfast Club””

Feed the Goat

For those of you who are getting prepared to start an internship or your first “real” job soon, I have some helpful advice I was recently given that you absolutely need to hear before doing so.  No matter what field you plan to be in, or what position you start at, you will most certainly be given responsibilitiesContinue reading “Feed the Goat”