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Jobs and Internships

Finding a job or internship is a process.  They may vary in job function and timeline, but the preparation to securing one is very similar.  Therefore, Career Services has prepared several activities, programs and services to assist you with your search.

Eagle Career Network

Log on to Eagle Career Network (ECN) to search for jobs and internships, schedule appointments, and RSVP for upcoming career fairs, information sessions, and career views.   Be sure to complete the career interest form so that ECN to push job notifications according to your career interests.

On-Campus Interview Program

The on-campus interview program features employers who come to campus to conduct first round interviews with selected students for jobs and internships.  To be considered for an on-campus interview, log on to Eagle Career Network and apply. Contact Monica Stuckey, Recruiting Specialist, at mstuckey@nccu.edu for more information.

Career Fairs

Be sure to attend campus career fairs to network with employers from various industries and disciplines recruiting for jobs and internships.  Students are required to dress business professional.  For a list of companies coming to campus, login to your Eagle Career Network account and search under career fairs.

Employer Information Sessions

Employer information sessions features a presentation on a job or internship currently being recruiting for.  At these sessions employers provide detailed information qualifications and key skills needed to be competitive. Often times, employers collect resumes and advise students on whether the position would be a good fit. 

Rise and Grind Career Café and Resource Room

Students are welcome to use the career resource lab to work on their resumes, print out applications, and collect tip sheets on job search strategies, resume writing, and interviewing skills.  Complimentary coffee, tea, and hot chocolate is available to visitors in the lab at the Rise and Grind Career Café.

NCCU complies with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in all programs and activities (including sexual harassment and sexual violence) in the University's educational programs and activities. For additional resources or to file a Title IX complaint, visit the NCCU's Title IX webpage.
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