The Office of Career Education is here to help you #HireaKnight. Our team is ready to listen to your recruiting needs and connect you with students at Arcadia University.
Employer SpotlightsAre you an employer looking to recruit Arcadia talent? Fill out the form below to be featured on our website to share more about your organization. Once you’ve filled out the form, please email Janet Sheffer at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about how we can support you in your recruiting needs.
Partner with Arcadia
The OCE has a variety of career fairs, networking nights, classroom visits, virtual events, and more to meet your recruiting needs.
Employers can create a Handshake account to post a job or internship opportunity directly for students and alumni. Search student/alumni profiles in Handshake to connect with students.
Arcadia Career Advisory Committee
The Arcadia Career Advisory Committee engages employer partners with staff and faculty at Arcadia University to make connections and learn about best practices in recruiting.
Want to Connect Further?Reach out to email@example.com today!
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