Delaware Valley University and its Center for Student Professional Development (collectively “CSPD”) strive to confirm the legitimacy of the employers, organizations and individuals (“Employers”) who post job and internship opportunities via school sanctioned recruiting and networking platforms including CSPD-approved campus flyers, emails, events, and online sites including ExperienceLink, a DelVal branded database powered by Symplicity.
As an extra layer of protection, the CSPD requests that all parties who recruit DelVal students and alumni agree to the standards set forth in our Networking & Recruiting Policy. However, due to the volume of recruiting requests received, CSPD is unable to fully research and confirm the legitimacy and validity of every Employer, or job or internship opportunity that gets shared with the university community.
Furthermore, CSPD does not endorse any Employer and makes no representations or guarantees about positions posted. We are not responsible for the accuracy of the information posted, or the safety, wages, working conditions, or other aspects of any opportunity. Nor are we able to guarantee that a job or internship will remain available after it is posted. It is the responsibility of each individual to research the prospective Employers and to verify the specific information pertaining to the job or internship posting.
Job/internship seekers should exercise due diligence and use common sense and caution when applying to or accepting any position. Unfortunately, everyday people use the internet to scam and defraud other people. Please use caution when using the internet to job search, when sharing information about yourself online (or over the phone) and when using any web-based resources, including ours, to apply for positions.
For your privacy and protection when applying online, it is advisable that you do not provide your social security number, credit card information, financial institution information, or bank account information to any prospective Employer.
If you suspect fraud or abuse, please report it to CSPD immediately. In addition, if you are asked to engage in suspect activity, or engage in any sort of monetary transaction, please contact CSPD before undertaking such activity or transaction. Use of CSPD resources for job and internship search, including CSPD-approved campus flyers, emails, events, and ExperienceLink, as well as other online sites is completely voluntary and carries with it certain risks.