Student Resources and Support

In accordance with Governor Wolf’s November 23 directive, the College has made some operational changes, effective November 30, that will allow us to complete the fall semester safely. Visit dccc.edu/coronavirus to access more information and student resources.

Delaware County Community College, Serving Delaware and Chester Counties

Student Employment Services

Welcome to the Student Employment Services and Co-op Center! Here’s an overview of our many services:

Virtual Support for our Students and Alumni

In these uncertain and unprecedented times, the Student Employment Services & Co-op Center staff continues to provide job search assistance for our students and alumni using a variety of tools. We are available by appointment for individual job search coaching and resume review by phone or personalized zoom meetings. Please call 610 359-5304 to schedule a session. If you have general questions that need immediate attention, please email them to [email protected] and a staff member will respond as soon as possible.


Virtual Events

Many employers are still hiring and we offer virtual workshops on Tuesdays and Thursdays to help you prepare your resume and conduct successful virtual interviews. In addition, each semester we will offer a virtual job fair and several industry-related employer information sessions and panels. The event dates will be listed on the College’s Calendar. Please note that in addition to our Online Job Board and Career Coach, there are several internet resources available including LinkedIn and Indeed with job leads and virtual job search tips. Your success is our mission and we know that remaining positive, adaptable and proactive is key to achieving your goals.


Career Coach
Career Coach is a website that links degree and training programs at Delaware County Community College to potential careers and related jobs you can explore in the Delaware Valley region.
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Comprehensive job search assistance
We offer the support and information you need for every stage of your job search—from identifying job openings through developing or updating your résumé and sharpening your interviewing skills. The College also connects you to companies and organizations by hosting on-campus career fairs, recruiter visits and employer panels.

Online Job Board
Students and alumni can view job openings and post resumes.  Employers can view resumes and post openings free of charge. Register >>

Résumé development and critique
Drop off your résumé for review or call to make an appointment for a one-on-one résumé review session with a Student Employment staff member. You can get started on your own with help from our résumé writing guidelines.

Interview preparation, including mock interviewing
The success of a job interview depends on how well you have prepared for it. Learn how to interview with confidence by making an appointment with a staff member. You can also practice interviewing by scheduling a mock interview.
Interview Tips for Success

Career fairs
Meet local employers and learn about careers and job opportunities at the College’s two career fairs: the Fall Job Fest (September) and the General Career Fair (April). 

On-campus recruiting
Many company representatives set up recruiting stations outside the cafeteria on our Marple Campus (Founders Hall, ground floor) to interview students for full- and part-time positions. For a list of visiting recruiters, check the Events page.

Employer Events 
Join us to hear from human resource professionals from local businesses when they come to campus for panel presentations. View dates of upcoming Events.

Co-op and Internship Program
Gain hands-on work experience through the Co-op/ Internship Program. Cooperative Education is a program that gives you academic credit for real-world work experience in your major and the opportunity to earn a paycheck. Internships also provide academic credit for
work in your field, and may or may not pay. Learn more about Co-op and Internship.

Work Study
Looking for extra money? A job that’s close to your classes? Practical experience in your field of study? Consider Work Study, a program that allows students to work in part-time jobs on campus or in the community. Learn more about Work Study and how you can find a Work Study position.

Reference files
Be prepared to respond to requests for references by establishing a Student Reference file with reference letters from your College instructors. View more reference file information.