GBC’s Career Services staff, located in the Joseph West Jones Center, provides both students and alumni with a wide variety of programs designed to develop their professional skills and achieve their career goals.
Monday – Friday: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Evening hours: By appointment
Email [email protected] to schedule an appointment.
Director of Career Services
Career Services Specialist
Search for jobs and internships, mock interviews, research employers attending career fairs and networking events on campus.
Please remember to accept the email invitation sent to your GBC email to activate your account.
Connect with GBC to post your open positions and access your next great employee!
Please register with your personal email account and Career Services will review and approve your account before you will gain access to Handshake.
The Career Fair is a great networking opportunity to meet with employers and learn more about the full-time, part-time and internship opportunities within their organization.
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Employer registration will be open on Handshake January 2024.
Are you an employer interested in attending a Career Fair? Contact Career Services at [email protected] for information regarding registering for the Fall and Spring Career Fairs.
All students are strongly encouraged to participate in an internship to gain work experience in their field of study. These experiences provide experiential learning and allow students to apply learned skills in a professional setting.
International Students new to GBC or currently enrolled who are interested in gaining work experience related to their field of study off-campus can participate in Curricular Practical Training. Career Services can assist with identifying employers for CPT. Click the link below to learn more!
Curricular Practical Training
Students and alumni receive individual career coaching, resume reviews, career assessment tools that explore interests, skills and values and interview preparation both in person and through an online application.
Click the links below to start exploring today! Alumni, please contact Career Services [email protected] to access these resources.
Explore the links below to broaden your research in searching for career-related information. For even more resources, contact the Career Services Office.
All undergraduate students are encouraged to participate in the Internship Program prior to graduating. An internship helps the student enhance the student’s professional skills with actual “hands-on” experience in the student’s field of study. An internship is an excellent résumé builder, since most employers make hiring decisions based upon prior work-related experience. It allows the student to stand out from the rest of the competition when searching for part-time or full-time opportunities.
Students are required to hold a GPA of 2.75 and to have completed at least half of their degree requirements at the time of application. The application process and required documents are accessed through Campus Web.
Use the websites below for general resources and to search potential jobs.
Job Hunters Bible
The Riley Guide
United States Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook
Looking for a specific role? Check out these websites for more specialized positions.
Federal Government Jobs
Human Resource Jobs
New Castle County Jobs
High Tech Jobs
Society for Human Resource Management
State of PA Jobs
For general, non-specific job searches, try any of the websites below.
Students from all majors can participate in a Micro-Internship through Parker Dewey to execute professional assignments. Students will build and demonstrate skills while exploring a variety of career paths.
This support does not end at graduation. The Career Services Office continues to support alumni without charge with the job search process, interview preparation, career changes and identifying graduate programs. Over 90% of graduates are placed within six months of graduation in a full-time role or part-time role by choice, continuing their education or a service/military program.
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Goldey-Beacom College is a Equal Opportunity Employer/Program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
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