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Drop-in Hours
 
Need help with your resume, cover letter or Career Hound? Stop by the Career Center in for Drop-in Hours:
 • Mondays 2pm-4pm
• Tuesdays 10am-12pm
• Wednesdays 11am-1pm
• Thursdays 8:30am-10am

The Career Center is located in the Haupert Union Building (HUB) across from Prosser Auditorium.

 

Job Bound Career Videos
 
In the ten-video series, nationally recognized job search expert Brad Karsh of Job Bound provides tangible advice on students' greatest job search concerns.
 
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On-Campus Interviewing


On-campus interviewing is a service offered to graduating seniors and juniors seeking internships during the Fall and Spring semesters. Organizations often send recruiters to interview students for anticipated vacancies in the coming year. Based on your career interests, on-campus interviewing may or may not be a helpful component of your comprehensive job search. It is highly recommended that you do not solely rely on on-campus interviewing to obtain a job or internship. If you would like to use on-campus interviewing or have questions about the process, please attend one of the on-campus interviewing workshops or schedule an appointment at the Career Center.

Please review the following suggestions:



  • Information regarding on-campus interviewing is available through the Career Hound. Please review the on-campus interviewing policy.
  • Any student interested in using on-campus recruiting must attend a mandatory On-Campus Interviewing workshop or schedule an appointment at the Career Center. On-Campus Interviewing workshops will be held early in the Fall & Spring semesters. Schedules for the Career Center Workshop Series are available on the Career Center Website. This workshop is designed to provide information and helpful hints for on-campus interviewing. If you can not attend the workshop, contact the Career Center at (610) 861-1509.
  • On-campus interviewing is one component of a comprehensive job search strategy. While many Moravian students have used this service to secure jobs, be mindful that a variety of methods are best used to ensure employment. The components of a successful job search include networking, securing internships, study abroad experience, and volunteer work; upcoming Career Fairs and employment searches.
  • If you are a senior interested in on-campus interviewing or upcoming Career Fairs and you have not completed a resume, please visit the Career Center (1305 Main St.) at your earliest opportunity.