Office of Career Development at Ambler
West Hall Room 109
Career Development at Ambler, an integral part of the Academic Advising office, is committed to providing the resources to guide students through the job search process and teach them the skills necessary to make educated career decisions. Career Development services are designed to:
Assist with career self-assessment and selection of major and career choice.
Facilitate career transitions and exploration of employment options.
Teach the job search process and the skills necessary to make career-related decisions.
Facilitate contact between students and employing organizations.
An internship is an academically-sponsored career-related work experience that may also provide students with an opportunity to earn academic credits. Requirements regarding credits and assignments are dictated by department. Internships typically last one or two academic semesters. Students obtain their own internship with the help of resources such as career development and their academic department.
Instructional pamphlets, employer literature, graduate school catalogues and materials on job seeking are available in our Career Library (West Hall Room 110). If you cannot find the type of resource you are looking for let us know. We are constantly updating the library.
Students may use Handshake to search for hundreds of jobs posted specially for Temple students. Employers may also the OWLnetwork to advertise open positions by visiting the Temple University Career Center website.
Temple University Career Center
The Temple University Career Center offers a variety of services to help our Temple talent make a smooth transition from the classroom to the workplace. Career development is an ongoing process. Whether you're a freshman seeking information, a senior seeking employment or considering graduate school, the information below is designed to help you through this process. Learn more about the Career Center.