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Buffalo Wild Wings Fundraiser with NFL Player

Career Services successfully recruited 10 Career Eagle Officers this past academic year 2013-14.  They included Lovie Mathews, Twan Morris, Marcus Jones, Danielle Smith,  Ikeem Springs, Erika Allen, Tierra Allen, Michael Corbet, Princess Kamara, and Jalen Cameron.  

The Career Eagle Officers, better known as CEOs,  is part of Career Services Paraprofessional Program. The CEOs are charged with working alongside Career Services staff to create and market career events, research new  resources, and provide career services such as resume critiques, mock interviews, and job seach support. By interacting with their peers in providing career services, CEOs are able to better hone career development skills for themselves, and get access to jobs and internships first as a result of their service.  In addition, Career Eagle Officers are able to earn community service credit hours for their work in the office.

This year, the CEOs were responsible for many spectacular programs including the concept of having a Professional Development Network Conference for STEM majors.  For the first time ever, the 2013-14 cohort of CEOs planned two successful fundraisers through partnership with California Pizza Kitchen, and Buffalo Wild Wings.  The revenue was used to purchase CEO t-shirts and business portfolios.  For their service, the CEOs were able to partake in the Career Services Styled for Success Program, which included a shopping spree to Belk stores to purchase business professional attire.

If you are interested in putting in work and becoming a Career Eagle Officer, please contact Brian Mitchell at bmitch13@nccu.edu 

Published: Tuesday, June 24, 2014
by Director, Catrina S DosReis
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