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Career Counseling & Special Programs

Career Express Lane Drop-in Hours

Need a quick resume review? Have questions about using Eagle Career Network to conduct a job search? Want more information on how to use career services? Then stop by during career express lane hours to get some quick advice and guidance. No appointment is needed.

Career Advising and Counseling Appointments

Students can now schedule appointments online via their Eagle Career Network accounts. Search for available appointments and be sure to wait for confirmation prior to showing up. Appointments are typically 30-45 minutes and focus on topics such as choosing a major, applying to graduate school, career decision making, finding a job or internship, resume writing, or any career-related issue.

Career Minute Clinic

Experience anxiety over making a decision about your career path? Not sure how to get started. Then stop by the Career Minute Clinic to get a “career check-up” to make sure your on the right track, and get a prescribed quick action plan on how to move forward. Career Minute Clinics are offered once a semester, so please check the semester calendar of events.

Resume Makeover

Want feedback from employers on how your resume will fair in the market place? Then attend Resume Makeover and meet with an employer to get a 15-minute critique. Students leave with a rubric on what areas of their resume to work on. Check the calendar for the next event.

Practice Interviews

Career Services is currently partnered with Big Interview to allow students to participate in mock interviews anytime, anywhere. Record your video mock interview and get feedback from a Career Services Staff member.

Special Programs

Professional Development Network Conference

The professional development network conference is a half day event featuring workshops that students can choose from to strengthen professional skills. Workshops are typically led by industry experts and employers so that students have an inside advantage on skills and qualifications in demand for jobs and internships. Over 100 NCCU students attend PDN conferences. Check the calendar for the next conference event, or your academic department for professional development network conference in your field.

Thurgood Marshall College Fund Leadership Institute

The Thurgood Marshall Leadership Institute selects 300 academic stellar students from HBCUs across the country for an all expense paid trip to Washington D.C to network with top corporations hiring for jobs and internships. The conference also features career skill workshops conducted by industry experts, small business CEOs, and sponsoring corporations. NCCU students that have participated in the past received offers from companies such as MillerCoors, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Altria, WalMart, Wells Fargo, and Hershey. Check the on-campus interview schedule to be consider for the next leadership institute.

 
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