Jobs & Employer Connections
Employers engage with Haverford and Tri-College students in a myriad of ways. Most successful job searches involve multiple approaches and require time, organization and hard work. Use these resources and the skills you’ve developed at Haverford College to launch your search.
Job & Internship Opportunities
When an employer wishes to recruit Haverford students, they will post a position in Handshake. Browse full-time and internship opportunities now.
Tip: Add the label “Alumni Referred” to your search to explore opportunities from alumni.
Employers conduct interviews for entry-level positions and some internships starting in early September. The first application deadlines are in late August/early September. Unless otherwise noted, all interviews are virtual in format. As a policy issue, CCPA does not provide excuses for missing classes for interviews.Learn more in Handshake.
Employer Information Sessions & Workshops
Employers and graduate schools sponsor events to share details on the opportunities they offer and give students a chance to ask questions. Skill-building workshops are also offered. RSVP in Handshake.
Resources by Interest
Browse suggested job search sites that the CCPA recommends.
Sign into Handshake for details on these and other career related events!
Tip: Find the Recruiting Days in Handshake Career Fairs and interview opportunities in Handshake On-Campus Interviews. All interviews are virtual until further notice.
Tri-College Recruiting Days and Tech in the Liberal Arts Career Fair
Features a virtual career fair with 1:1 chats and group information sessions. Interview opportunities are also available for many of the participating employers.
Note: Please read the Required Recruiting Policies for Students
Disclaimer: The information listed herein is presented by the Center for Career and Professional Advising as a service to our users. This information should not be construed as an endorsement of the organizations offering the internship or employment opportunity. Applicants should contact the organizations directly to determine if opportunities are available. Applicants are strongly encouraged to research all employers and/or sponsors.