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Drexel Career Collections Blog

Announcing new career-related resources, events and advice for job hunters in the Drexel community.

Introducing the new Career Services Library Assistant

Hello Drexel students and alumni! My name is Brendan Johnson and I am the new Career Services Library Assistant here at Drexel University. I am excited to be given the opportunity to work with the Drexel community to help students and alumni achieve their career goals. As for some background about me, I am a graduate of Villanova University and had some great previous work experiences in the fields of Education and History before joining Drexel. I am currently attending graduate school at Drexel's iSchool as well.

I will be located in Hagerty Library, room 136.

Careers in Wind Energy

The Department of Labor Statistics recently published a guide to Careers in Wind Energy.  They provide a map of wind farms in the US, give an overview of a wind-farm project, and discuss the occupations within the wind power industry.  If you'r

Summer Housing

Are you in need of some summer housing options?  Need a place to stay while you complete A and B round interviews?  Make sure to look into Drexel's Summer Intern Housing Program, which can provide you with short-term accommodations over the summer.

New books in the Hahnemann Careers Collection, too!

We didn't want our Center City students to feel left out of the fun, so we've got some new books for you as well!!

Start the New Year with New Books!

Some of you have already figured out our not-so-secret secret: we have some new books in the Hagerty Careers Collection!!  Check out the new titles below- although some of them are so hot, they've already been checked out!

Best Places to Work just came out with their 50 Best Places to Work as part of their 3rd annual Employees' Choice Awards.  Guess who topped their list?

Tips for a Better Demo Reel

For all you Film & Video majors out there: this post from offers tips and YouTube video examples on how to create a better demo reel.

Job search, meet social media

Sure, a 21st century job search has changed in character from its previous iteration.  No longer do job seekers  scour the newspaper for job ads; instead, they crawl the web.  But there are new job search strategies to add any job seeker's repertoire: using social media!  Facebook and Twitter may be central to your social life, but they can be use be extremely useful to your job search.  Mashable explains how in this handy article.

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