Employers are searching for talented, driven, and passionate individuals. Allegheny students are equipped to think critically and meet the challenges in a diverse, global economy.
The ultimate goal of the Career Education staff is to network with various partners to develop internships and job shadowing opportunities, educational programs, and employment leads to assist Allegheny students with attaining meaningful career opportunities. Please feel free to contact a Career Education team member to discuss further development opportunities.
The new Job & Internship Database and Online Alumni Community, Gator Connect, is live.
An important part of the new community is the addition of what was formerly known as the ACCEL Job Database to Gator Connect. Career Education manages this useful resource to connect students and alumni to job opportunities and job seekers. By connecting the job database to a growing and improving online community, we hope to make both resources more valuable for everyone to use.
If you would like to submit an opportunity to the database, please complete the Hire A Gator form.
If you have questions or concerns regarding job posts or opportunities, please call us at 814-332-2381.
Below are several quotes from employers who have recruited Allegheny students.
“I think one of the reasons Allegheny students are so appealing is that they are such well-rounded individuals with excellent interpersonal and analytical skills.”
Loren Zadecky, Economic Analyst
Capital Economics, Washington, D.C.
“I have consistently found interviewing Allegheny students a pleasure for skills that sound basic, but are not as prevalent at other schools I visit. They answer the questions asked in a logical and coherent fashion, summarizing for me how the detailed responses they’ve just given address the issues at hand…Allegheny students, regardless of their chosen major, display the ability to communicate effectively.”
Debra Stember, Actuarial Supervisor
Towers Perrin, Pittsburgh, Pa.
“The required Senior Projects make Allegheny students competitive candidates for our positions because they have ‘hands-on’ experience…compounding their strong academic preparation. The students seem to approach the job search with enthusiasm and a professional demeanor — they are well prepared and serious about what they are doing.”
Elizabeth Jaszczak, Manager of Employment
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio