Center for Career Design

Welcome to the Center for Career Design — a physical space and operation available on campus and virtually to bring students, alumni, and industry partners together for all things career-related. Come ‘design’ your experience with us.

Center for Career Design

Students & Alumni

Career Hub

Discover career development and networking opportunities including job posting and virtual career fairs.

Development Resources

Meet with Career Services to refine the full gamut of career building skills, including networking, interviewing, and salary negotiation.

Career Fair

Get one-on-one time with hundreds of employers with internships and full-time job opportunities.

Wildcat Alumni Career Mentor Program

The Wildcat Alumni Career Mentor Program connects Penn College students and alumni, providing students with opportunities to interact with industry professionals, grow their knowledge of potential career paths, and develop professional networks.


Career Hub

Find the perfect recruit to fit your needs from our pool of students and alumni.

On-Campus Recruiting

Host an information session or conduct interviews on campus or via virtual event with the assistance of Career Services.

Career Fair

Connect with thousands of students and alumni to find the perfect candidate who's ready to hit the ground running.

Industry Partners

Corporate Partnerships

Business and industry partnerships are integral to providing our students with the quality and level of instruction that will produce  graduates who meet the changing workforce needs of employers.

Tomorrow Makers Program

The Corporate Tomorrow Makers program offers individualized partnership possibilities that pay dividends for both the partner and Penn College students and alumni.


The future of Pennsylvania College of Technology students is made by hand and forward-thinking industry donors.

Essential Investments
Impact Report

Essential Investments

  • President’s Message
  • Providing the Best Possible Education
  • Delivering Future Leaders
  • Investing in Essential Graduates
  • 2019-20 Budget and Tuition Figures

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