Center for Student Professional Development

The Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD) prepares you for the real world. Whether that means a career, graduate school or a professional school, the Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD) helps you apply the expertise you gain in your major to a comprehensive, individualized plan that includes experiential learning and career services. In other words, the Center provides a path that helps you figure out what you want to do with your life.

Career Services include:

  • Career assessment and counseling
  • Resume reviews and interview preparation
  • Major and career information resources
  • Job search strategies
  • Professional development and communication training
  • Graduate/professional school preparation
  • Recruiting events (career and internship fairs)
  • ExperienceLink - an online career management program, which allows students to create a personal profile, upload resumes, research companies and apply to part-time, internship and full-time job positions
  • Connecting students with disabilities to federal recruiters through the Workforce Recruitment Program

Let's chat! Make an appointment online through ExperienceLink. You can also stop by the CSPD office in Segal Hall on the first floor, call 215.489.2448, or email 

For job/internship seekers: Please read our Job Posting/Company Verification Disclaimer.


We support student professional development and encourage students to reach their goals.

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Experience360 is our experiential learning program that complements student learning with real-world experiences, allowing you to make discoveries and connections that will serve you the rest of your life.

Contact Information
Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD)

8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Segal Hall, First Floor

Learn about Internships with Terrain on Campus

Yes, interns are paid $15/hr.

It’s quite common to take public transportation to get to the Home Office in the Navy Yard.  There is a Navy Yard shuttle that runs morning and evening, which is popular with URBN employees.  There is also an URBN specific shuttle that directly connects between designated SEPTA stops and Home Office. Please speak with the URBN Recruiting Team for specific details. 

URBN provides a $2000 stipend in your first paycheck to support housing, gas, and other associated expenses for the summer.  They also provide many guides and resources for interns to help them find housing for the summer.

URBN supports nine different Employee Resource Groups, which are employee-led groups that are a forum to share aspects of identity in a safe space. These groups empower members to share their voices, ideas, and passions with the URBN D&I Committee and URBN community at large, helping us to create a respectful and inclusive culture. You may find other things that you have in common with URBN interns and employees at Home Office-like commuting! 

Our partnership includes experiential learning opportunities for DelVal students through the university’s award-winning Experience360 program. Click the link below to browse positions in Doylestown. 

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Students & Alumni

Seeking a position? Check out ExperienceLink for internship, full-time or part-time work.

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Employers & Recruiting

Want to recruit DelVal students and graduates for internship, full-time or part-time work? Join us on ExperienceLink.

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Upcoming CSPD Events

See our calendar for our upcoming events—including our Job and Internship Fair, networking events, workshops and more!