Serving all Temple students and alumni, the Career Center provides a full range of services to optimize internship and employment opportunities and enhance life-long career success.

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The Office of Alumni Relations offers Alumni Career Services which also provides resources and benefits to university alumni. If you have questions, contact or 215-204-7521.

Connect with Students

Opportunities to provide...

Internships and Jobs at Your Organization
  • Post positions on the OwlNetwork: Promoting your organization’s internships and jobs to Temple students is a win/win proposition. The OwlNetwork is the university-wide job and internship posting system and is available to all current students. This is a great opportunity to help students while also helping your organization hire the best candidate – a Temple Owl, of course!
  • Action Step: Click on the 'Employers' tab and follow the instructions to post an internship or job. Questions? Contact Kelly Hart,
Interviewing Experience and Guidance
  • Conduct Mock Interviews: Do you have experience interviewing candidates for jobs? Please consider sharing your experience and time with students by conducting “mock” interviews and providing feedback to students in a supportive environment. Mock interviews are held on Main Campus in the Career Center, 220 Mitten Hall, throughout the fall and spring semesters and require either a full- or half-day commitment.
  • Action Step: Contact Christine Brady,, to be added as a volunteer mock interviewer. The Career Center will follow up with dates and details.
Career Path Information and Options
  • Participate in an Alumni Career Panel or Classroom Presentations: Industry-specific employer and alumni panels are held throughout the academic year to help educate Temple students about career paths and opportunities within specific career fields.
  • Action Step: Contact Christine Brady,, to be added as a volunteer presenter. The Career Center will follow up with date options and details.
Networking Practice and Feedback
  • Attend the Alumni and Student Networking Night: Information about the date, time and location of this event will be released at a later date. Generally held as part of the University-wide Career Week, the Alumni and Student Networking Night provides the opportunity for students to practice and improve their networking skills with alumni volunteers. Co-sponsored by Temple University Young Alumni, Black Alumni Alliance, Office of Leadership Development and Career Center, this event attracts hundreds of students and alumni and is a great way to make an immediate impact.
  • Action Step: Stay tuned for registration information!






Navigate the Career Center's step-by-step checklist on the path toward a successful career.