UD internship & job Drive
Partnering with the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, the Career Services Center has launched the 2017-2018 Internship & Job Drive. Similar to an annual fund drive, our goal is to "raise” internship and full-time job opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students through our dedicated network of University of Delaware alumni, parents and friends.
Why The Drive Is Important
UD alumni, parents and friends are often our first connection to internship and full-time opportunities for students, and serve as advocates when employers make recruiting decisions.
contribute to the drive
You can contribute to the UD Internship and Job Drive in one of three ways:
- Post an internship or full-time position at your place of employment and engage in the recruiting process
- Take an active role in facilitating UD student applications through your employer's hiring process (this could include talking to your HR department about UD, interviewing on campus, or referring students for opportunities) and/or
- Serve as a resource for students applying for the internship or position at your employer by sharing information on your experience there, reviewing application materials, and/or helping with interviews. Arrange an internship or full-time position specifically for a UD student
- Represent your employer at UD career fairs, information sessions and/or on-campus interviews
Posting or arranging an internship or full-time position does not suggest that you are guaranteeing an opportunity to a UD student. While we hope that UD applicants will be strongly considered during the selection process, we understand that in almost all circumstances the employer is considering applications from other universities.
We are happy to post internships and full-time positions in a variety of industries and locations.
If you are finding or forming an internship or full-time position:
Our employer relations team is available to work with you or the recruiting coordinator at your organization to answer any questions and ensure the position is advertised effectively to the University of Delaware student body.
For internships & full-time jobs contact: Ryan Fuller, Assistant Director, Employer & Alumni Engagement, email@example.com, (302) 831-4765.
To ensure that an experience—whether it is a traditional internship or one conducted remotely or virtually—is educational, and thus eligible to be considered a legitimate internship by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) definition, all the following criteria must be met:
- The experience must be an extension of the classroom: a learning experience that provides for applying the knowledge gained in the classroom.
- It must not be simply to advance the operations of the employer or be the work that a regular employee would routinely perform.
- The skills or knowledge learned must be transferable to other employment settings.
- The experience has a defined beginning and end, and a job description with desired qualifications.
- There are clearly defined learning objectives/goals related to the professional goals of the student’s academic coursework.
- There is supervision by a professional with expertise and educational and/or professional background in the field of the experience.
- There is routine feedback by the experienced supervisor.
- There are resources, equipment, and facilities provided by the host employer that support learning objectives/goals.
If your organization does not intend to provide compensation for internships, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with the Fair Labor Standards Act as it relates to Internship Programs Academic credit legitimizes an unpaid experience, so employers may require students enroll in our Experiential Internship course, UNIV 364, to gain credit as part of the internship experience.
For more information on how gain credit for an internship experience, see http://www.udel.edu/students/career-services-center/students/jobsearch
keep up with this year's drive
Thank you to the alumni, parents and friends of University of Delaware that have supported the 2016-2017 Internship & Job Drive.
Thank you to the alumni, parents and friends of University of Delaware that have supported the 2016 Internship & Job Drive.
Thank you to all who have participated!
- Allison Beers ’13: Delaware North, Baltimore, MD
- Amanda Liang ’07: Trinity Logistics, Seaford, DE
- Amanda Schechter ’13: The Advisory Board Company, Washington, DC
- Anabel Selimov, Fraunhofer-USA Center for Molecular Biotechnology, Newark, DE
- Anna Crawford, ACW Corporation, Newport, DE
- Anthony Costantini, Romer Labs, Newark, DE
- Arvind Lal ’81: United States Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia
- Asit P. Patel, Comprehensive Spine and Pain Management, LLC, Newark, DE
- Bernadette Hines ’80: Delaware Credit Union League
- Bradley H. Bofford '93, Financial Principles, LLC., Fairfield, NJ
- Bridget Davies, Colgate-Palmolive Co, Internship Piscataway Township, NJ
- Brittany Darras ’08: Braskem, Philadelphia, PA
- Bruce Keller: Federal Aviation Administration
- Bryan Armor ’03: Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, VA
- Cara Shipley ’11: Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
- Carl Batson ’10: Delaware State Police, Dover, DE
- Caroline Lawhorne ’01: Cambridge Associates, Arlington, VA
- Catherine Stier ’08: Germer International
- Christine Ventura ’04: Metedeconk National Golf Club, Jackson, NJ
- Dan Dougherty: State Farm, Wilmington, DE
- David White: Motorola Solutions, Inc
- Denise (Brijbasi) Edwards ’02: District of Columbia Public Schools, Washington, DC
- Elizabeth Cangialosi ’13: Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD
- Ellen E. McCarthy ’97: The Bloc
- Erin Collins ’12: Sabra, Wang & Associates, Inc., Columbia, MD
- Erin Kennedy ’06: The Advisory Board Company, Washington, DC
- Frederick Walker Berg ’05: SealMaster, Cockeysville Maryland
- Heather Elzey (Johnson) ‘00: Bayhealth Medical Center, Dover, Delaware
- Holly Lund: HCS
- Jacob Markiewitz ’12: The Chemours Company, Wilmington, DE
- Jaime Rubini, Delaware River Bay Authority, Cape May Nj
- James Sorge: Petracca and Sons, Inc.
- Janis [Diggs] Harlow ’91: Paper Tigress Personal Finance Care, LLC
- Jennifer McEntire (Jennifer Cleveland) ’99: Grocery Manufacturers Assn
- Jennifer Peterson ’11: Student Media Group, Newark, DE
- Jessica Eisenbrey’09: Hagley Museum and Library, Wilmington, DE
- Jessica Falborn ’09: National Journal, Washington, DC
- Jessica Ginsberg (Garcia) ’08: Consero Group
- Jessica Giordano, Aerotek, New Castle, DE
- Jessica Palladino (Jessica Claflin) ’05: Edgewell Personal Care
- John J Michael ’86: CarMax, Richmond, VA
- John Noel ’98: The Tatnall School, Wilmington, DE
- John Quillen ’85 : WorkplaceDynamics, Exton, PA
- Jon Bell '01 : Better Business Bureau Serving Delaware, Wilmington, DE
- Julieann (Ambrosino) Malewski ’88: Town of Bethany Beach, Bethany Beach, DE
- Karen Schocklin (Greenstein) ’00: FAN4Kids, Bronx, Brooklyn, New York, and Hoboken, Newark, NJ
- Kate McCarney: Rentokil NA
- Kathleen Farnum (Krall) ’85: TechStars by Computer Explorers of DE
- Katie Roche ’11: HedgeServ Corporation, New York, NY
- Ken Smith ’79: Diamond State Community Land Trust
- Kevin Hazleton ’05: Waffle House, Elkton, MA
- Kristen Walsh ’14: WSFS Bank, Wilmington, DE
- Kristyn Berger, Nemours/AI DuPont Hospital for Children, Wilmington, Delaware
- Laide O. Olaogun ’08: Staples Inc., Framingham, MA
- Larry Tong ’97:McCormick & Co. Inc., Sparks Glencoe, MD
- Laura Westmoreland, Brandywine River Museum of Art, Chadds Ford, PA
- Leah Santiago (Snyder) ’09: ISE America, Inc. Galena, MD
- Lee Sokalsky ’98: Modis
- Leslie McGowan ’09: Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware, Claymont, DE
- Lisa (Romagnoli) Hutter ’81: Technical Writers, Inc., Wilmington, DE
- Lisa Gavron ’12: Stanley Black & Decker, Towson, MD
- Lisa Haley, Smiths Detection, Edgewood, MD
- Lisa Hyder, Pivot Physical Therapy, Dover, DE
- Lisa Pearson: John Controls, Inc.
- Marc Halley ‘82 MITRE, Mclean, VA
- Margaret Del Fabbro (Davis) ’83: M. Davis & Sons, Inc., Wilmington, DE
- Maria Stecker, Delaware Department of Education, Dover, DE
- Mark Clinton ’14: NewDay USA, Fulton, MD
- Mark D. Zaino, Wheatley Hills Golf Club, East Williston, New York 11596
- Mark W. Eisner ’86: Advanced Land and Water, Inc., Eldersburg, MD
- Mary Kate Williams ’15: Lang Development Group, Newark, DE
- Matthew Sherwood ’11: Rodriguez Consulting LLC, Philadelphia, PA
- Meagan Remy’13: SBP, Far Rockaway, NY
- Michele Fidance ’80: Jefferson Awards Foundation, Wilmington, DE
- Michelle Morrison, Cowan Systems, LLC
- Nicole Goodwin ’01: GlaxoSmithKline, Philadelphia, PA
- Pam Blackwell, Geo-Technology Associates, Inc. New Castle, DE
- Pam Keough, Make-A-Wish Connecticut Trumbull, Connecticut
- Paul Gentile ’94: Cooperative Credit Union Association
- Ping Xu ’06: Bristol-Myers Squibb
- Randall McCarty, Clark Associates Inc., Lancaster, PA
- Rebecca Hussey ’07: Market Hardware, Inc., Bethesda, MD
- Rebecca Turk, Moore Farms Botanical Garden, Lake City, SC
- Regina W Lobaccaro EdD ’12: State of Delaware
- Rishi Khan ’08: Extreme Scale Solutions, New Castle, DE
- Robbie Johnson ’98: Lazybones Laundry & Storage, Newark, Delaware
- Robert Scott: Guardian Property Management
- Ruth Coughlan: Special Olympics Delaware
- Sally Birmingham (Achuff) ’04: Garrison Forest School, Owings Mills, MD
- Samantha Raftovich ’02: Saint Francis Healthcare
- Samantha Seiden ’15: Project Sunshine, New York, NY
- Sarah Kilpatrick ’07: University of Delaware Laboratory Preschool
- Sarah Marshall ’02: Aledade, Inc., Bethesda, MD
- Shannon Clark (Shannon Marchman) ’03: StateFarm
- Shirley Williamson ’79, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, Boston, MA
- Silas Jimenez: Insomnia Cookies
- Stacey Carlough ’02: Freire Charter School, Philadelphia, PA
- Stephanie Patterson: Diamond State Financial Group
- Stephen Rhein ’15: Molecular Devices, Downingtown, PA
- Suzanne Peoples: Swift Capital
- Terence T. Gleason ’86: Eastern States Construction Service, Inc., Wilmington, DE
- Tess Birch’11: Success Academy Charter Schools, New York, New York
- Theresa Orlando ’88: Fairfax County Public School, Falls Church, VA
- Tom Woods ’83: Baker, Ingram & Associates
- Tricia Golden ’00: Search for Change, Inc., Valhalla, NY