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Penn is committed to serving our veteran population. Career Services can help you with career transitions, advice and job search resources like the ones below. We thank you for your service to our country and look forward to serving you!
The TRIO Veterans Upward Bound (VUB) Program at the University of Pennsylvania is a FREE, non-credited, non-profit, pre-college program federally funded with a grant from the U.S. Department of Education. The primary goal of TRIO VUB is to prepare eligible veterans to enter college, be successful in college, and to graduate from college. Visit the Penn Veterans Upward Bound website.
Penn’s Student Financial Services provides an overview of the financial aid programs specifically available to veterans and military-affiliated students at the University of Pennsylvania. In the following pages, we explain the benefits we administer and the procedures you need to follow to receive them. We also include a list of links to other resources you may find helpful. Visit the Veterans and Military-Affiliated Students page.
This post is part of the Graduate Assistant Blog Series featuring advice and perspectives from graduate students working in Career Services:
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Have you ever networked with people outside of the U.S.? Whether you’re an international student looking to work in your home country or a domestic student looking for an adventure abroad, it’s always helpful to make connections in your industry …
We’ve been hearing a lot from incoming Penn students – undergrads, grad students, and transfer students alike! We share your enthusiasm and we look forward to meeting and working with you in the fall!
Incoming students served by our office …
It’s been cold, windy, and snowy this week in Philadelphia, and the question on everyone’s mind at Career Services is, “Is summer here yet?” Wherever in the world you find yourself this semester, you might also be wishing for longer …