Mobile Job Alerts

Receive free mobile job and notifications via email and/or text.

For all UD Students and Alumni...

The Office of Personal Career Development sends out immediate alerts about particularly interesting, relevant, and time-sensitve jobs/internships and events through the system.  While the OPCD uses traditional email, students who do not participate will miss opportunities that are sent exclusively via to students who opt-in to receive alerts.  

Students and alumni should register to receive alerts based on their areas of interest on the list below, choosing as many "classes" as they like (to capture as many opportunities as possible).  Users can opt-out at any time by going back into and editing the "classes" in which they are enrolled. 

For more information about this free service for UD students and alumni, please contact Amy Young  or click on a link below to start today.

All Students and Alumni:

Events! Job fairs, recruiting events, information sessions, lectures, mock interviews, and more.

Undergraduate Students (internships, part-time jobs, volunteer): 

Graduating Seniors and Recent Graduates (full-time, entry-level jobs):  

Graduate Students and Alumni (full-time/part-time jobs and internships): 

Active Military and Veterans -  Students and Alumni (full-time, part-time, and internships): 


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