The Moravian College Career Center provides a comprehensive array of services to assist companies and organizations with their employment needs.
Why should you recruit Moravian students?
As the sixth-oldest college in America, Moravian College is rich in history and excellent at educating tomorrow’s leaders. The College integrates liberal arts education to prepare students for life. Moravian aims to give its students a foundation for careers, for continued lifelong learning, and for a values-oriented approach to society. Today, the College educates a socially and religiously diverse group of students from a variety of socioeconomic, religious, racial, and ethnic backgrounds, and from about 25 states and 10 foreign countries. Whether you are recruiting Business and Economics students, Science students, Fine Arts students, or Liberal Arts students, you will find that Moravian College students are top-notch leaders that will positively impact your organization.
Job / Internship Postings
Lunch & Learn Presentations
Employers who wish to interview Moravian College students are encouraged to register early for both fall and spring recruiting schedules. Interviews are typically held from October through November and from February through April. To register for on-campus recruiting, simply call 610-861-1509 or email us at email@example.com.
Note: The Career Center may request that you use alternate means to recruit based upon various factors.
The Career Center can provide assistance with accommodations for information sessions or receptions prior to your interviews, and will notify appropriate students, faculty, staff and student organizations. On your interview day, lunch and parking will be provided.
Moravian College participates in the Lehigh Valley Collegiate Career Expo that takes place every Feburary. Please click here for further information.
Job / Internship Postings
To post a position for Moravian students and alumni to view and apply to, please visit Career Hound.
First party recruiters are able to access specific resume books related to their hiring needs. These allow you to search for qualified candidates and invite them to apply for current positions available in your organization. Specific instructions for reviewing resume books is available on Career Hound.
Need help with starting an internship at your organization? If your organization is in need of part-time or full-time help from a college student, we can help you put together an internship that will be a win-win situation for the student and your organization. Because we specialize in assisting employers who need employees, we can help you tailor-make an internship that will pay dividends to your organization. An internship is a carefully monitored work or service experience in which a student has intentional learning goals and reflects actively on what she or he is learning throughout the experience. Characteristics include:
- Internships can be full-time or part-time.
- Generally a one- time experience.
- May be paid or non- paid.
- Internships may be part of an educational program and carefully monitored and evaluated for academic credit as a field study, or internships can be a part of a learning plan that someone develops individually.
- An important element that distinguishes an internship from a short term job or volunteer work is that intentional “learning agenda” is structured into the experience.
- Learning activities common to most internships include learning objectives, observation, reflection, evaluation and assessment.
- An effort is made to establish a reasonable balance between the intern’s learning goals and the specific work and organization needs done.
- Internships promote academic, career and/ or personal development.
Please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to partner with us to create an internship at your organization.
Externships are designed to allow students observational experiences (1-3 days) with a professional at their place of work, experiencing a “day in the life” in the host’s career. Externs can “shadow” individuals at work, take tours of the work place and job sites, and work on small projects for the company. These experiences will help the students gain an understanding of what the daily responsibilities include in the careers of professionals.
Externships take place over winter break. If you are interested in learning more about hosting one or a group of students, please contact us via email at email@example.com.
Lunch & Learn Presentations
The Lunch & Learn series is a great way to expose the student body to your organization. At Moravian College, we have held successful Lunch & Learn series that have helped employers generate student interest in their organizations. Most recently, we conducted panel programs focusing on Law, Business, Education and Medical Careers. Some recent participants include representatives from Rodale, East Penn Manufacturing, Lutron, MARS Snack food, PeopleForce, Lehigh County Historical Society. If you are interested in participating in an upcoming program in your company's area of expertise, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 610-861-1509.