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Broad Street 215-204-7981 215-204-4462 (Fax) [email protected] The Temple University Career Center is a central resource that builds collaborative relationships among the Temple community, and empowers students and alumni through comprehensive career development services, driving successful careers.
Every Temple student can own their future with both our online and in-person career services.
Students can meet with our career coaches to receive the tools and guidance to explore their career options, build their professional brand, gain experience, and make their path for life-long career success.
Additionally, the Career Center hosts a variety of events, including job and internship fairs, and industry-specific Career Talks that allow students to connect with employers and industry experts.
Online, students can apply to over 1,500 active job and internship opportunities every week on the Owl Network, and access a variety of online career resources to develop their skills and explore a diverse array of career paths.
Meet with a Career Coach by dropping-in for a 15-minute appointment Monday through Friday between a.m.
and p.m., or scheduling a 30-minute appointment during business hours: Monday – Friday, a.m. Temple students should also be aware of the career services resources within their school or college.
For a complete list of the university's career services offerings, visit
Contact the Career Center at 215-204-7981 or [email protected] Moore Avenue 215-204-1280 215-204-1786 (TTY) 215-204-6794 (Fax) [email protected] University is committed to the full inclusion of students with a disability in all programs and services.Disability Resources and Services (DRS) facilitates access and accommodations on an individualized basis and provides opportunities for students with a disability to grow and develop.We work to build a learning community where people with diverse abilities are valued and included in all facets of life at the university.Our dedicated, knowledgeable staff meets with students to determine eligibility for accommodations and discuss strategies for college success.DRS develops programs and workshops to support student retention and provides training and awareness about access and inclusion to the entire university community.Students who connect with DRS include those with physical, visual, hearing and speech disabilities, health, mental health, and autism spectrum conditions, attention deficits, brain injuries, and learning disabilities. Many student veterans, student athletes, honors students, and international students who have a disability connect with DRS. Services are available at all Temple University campuses.All students, regardless of their home campus, should contact DRS on Main Campus to register. Disability Resources and Services provides the following services: Visit disabilityresources.to explore our programs and services.215-204-VETS or 215-204-6130 601 Conwell Hall Philadelphia, PA 19122 [email protected] Making the transition from military to college life can be challenging. military veterans and active duty servicemembers in their pursuit of a college education.To assist with this transition, Temple University Military and Veteran Services Center works with the various university departments to plan and implement educational and social programs to help veteran students succeed at Temple University. Designated by since 2010, Temple University, a proud participant of the Yellow Ribbon Program, provides access to excellence and opportunities for success for military service members and veterans who are admitted to and/or enrolled at Temple.Each school and college at the university, as well as all the key student services departments that provide direct service to veterans, has a designated veteran point of contact person to help assist students.Each school and college also has a veteran academic advisor. The University is committed to assisting our veterans, military students and their dependents with making a smooth transition from the military to student life.