Entrepreneurship and the Liberal Arts

President's Perspective

Although an Ursinus education can lead to financial success, its value is measured in students’ reputation among employers and the cultivation of reflective judgment that students gain as good job preparation. Continue reading

Career Fair a Success

The 2013 Ursinus College Job, Internship and Networking Fair was a huge success. Over 100 employers offered students an opportunity to investigate internships and job opportunities in the Philadelphia region. Read More»

Career Services Clothing Drive Helps Women in Need

Careers Services Wings for Success Drive

The season of giving is off to an early start thanks to the Ursinus Career Services Office. Colleagues organized a donation drive that resulted in hundreds of items that will go directly to help disadvantaged women hoping to get their careers — and lives — on track.   Read More»

Kick-Starting Careers

The lazy days of summer? Not so for many Ursinus students. Instead, they spent their break developing skills, building their networks, and exploring their future career paths through professional internships. Read More»

Career Services Director Receives Fulbright Grant

Director of Career Services Carla Rinde is the recipient of a 2012 Fulbright International Education Administrators grant, for which she will travel to Germany. Hers is one of  20 awards given to applicants annually from across the country. Read More»

Job Fair Draws Hundreds

Job Fair 2012

The Ursinus Job, Internship and Networking Fair hosted more than 75 employers and offered students a prime opportunity to investigate internships and job opportunities in the Philadelphia region. Read More»

Choosing Philadelphia as a Spring Break Destination

Many students return to school with spring break memories of various trips to Florida, Jamaica, and other warm locations. But for one Ursinus student, spring break was not spent lounging in the sun. Alison Poandl took part in an alternative spring break, “Campus Philly Alternative Spring Break,” where she spent five days in Center City, North Philadelphia, Germantown, and Allegheny West,  immersed in community service. Read More»

At Work in Conservation

As a child, Mariana Bergerson 2002 loved exploring and learning about the natural world around her. Growing up in Philadelphia she found opportunities to explore in local city parks. Today she is a park ranger making a career out of studying and protecting wildlife as well as educating the public about conservation. Read More»