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Kevin S. and Sandra E. Delbridge Career Center

  • Management Internship

  • Engineering

  • Communication

  • Social Work

  • Criminal Justice

  • Accounting

  • Forensic Biology

  • Marketing Communication/ Advertising

  • Sport Management

Welcome to the Kevin S. and Sandra E. Delbridge Career Center. Our professional team is here to help you explore and prepare for your career. Beginning in your first year, you will be introduced to opportunities available through a Western New England University education and experiential learning opportunities. Specialized career advisors for the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business, and Engineering are dedicated to identifying and developing resources to help you cultivate your personal career strategy.

Always attuned to your needs through personal interactions, connections with faculty and administration, and identifying trends, the Career Center complements and cultivates your success and strengthens the professional skills organizations seek. Our effective combination of education and career programs, strengthened by job search coaching is a valuable complement to your academic experience.

What's New in the Career Center

Career Center Workshops, Career Fairs, Events, and Activities can be found by clicking on the 2021 Career Fairs and Events list or by logging into Handshake and clicking on the events tab.  

SAVE THE DATES!


WNE's College of Engineering Career & Internship Fair 
Thursday, September 23, 2021; 12:00 noon - 3:00 p.m. - IN-PERSON 
Friday, September 24, 2021; 12:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. - VIRTUAL 

WNE All Campus Career & Internship Fair
Tuesday, October 5, 2021; 12:00 noon - 3:00 p.m. - IN-PERSON
Wednesday, October 6, 2021; 12:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. - VIRTUAL

For more information, please contact Tina Robertson, Assistant Director Employer Outreach at tina.robertson@wne.edu

Check off your to-do list

  • Explore majors, industries, and careers
  • Prepare career related documents, résumés, and cover letters
  • Identify and prepare for part-time job or internship
  • Strategize and identify resources about jobs
  • Plan for graduate/professional school

How we can help

  • Individual appointments and interactive workshops
  • Data on labor market trends
  • Employer contacts and connections
  • Social media audits
  • Recorded Practice Interviews

Get involved

  • First Year Seminar Outreach
    • Interactive activities educating first-year students on self-exploration and career education.
  • Sophomore Career Connections
    • Sophomore Career Connections is an annual program open to all students who have sophomore 
      standing and/or are in their second year at WNE.  As part of this program, students tell us their major
      and career goals (to the best of their ability) and we connect them with a WNE alum working in that field or a related field.  In addition, participants attend a series of workshops designed to help them build skills that will prepare them for the working world.  Applications are available in November each year, and the program runs during the Spring semester.  For more information, reach out to sean.burke@wne.edu. 
  • Student Career Advisory Board
    • Provide valuable student insight into Career Center programs, events, and activities.  For more information email careercenter@wne.edu.
  • Career Fast Tracks Program
    • Summer Career Fast Tracks is the perfect opportunity for students who want to spend a little time during the summer making sure they are on track with their career goals.  We have a beginner track for those students who are just getting started on building their resume and exploring their career options, and an advanced track for those students who have already done the basics with their Career Advisor over the course of the summer (which can be done via Zoom is you are not around campus for the summer) and are a great way to make sure you're not falling behind on reaching your goals.  For more information, reach out to sean.burke@wne.edu. 
  • Peer Career Assistant Program
  • Academic Internship Program
  • On Campus Recruiting and Career Fair Partnerships
  • Interactive career readiness workshops

The WNE Difference

It’s Never Too Early to Plan for Success

The Career Development Center provides programs from freshman through senior year that help students develop professional skills and job search strategies. Staff members help you write an attention-grabbing résumé, perfect interview skills, review job search strategies, or assist with the graduate school application process. To connect you to potential employers, we organize on-campus career fairs, recruitment activities, and boot camps.