• Life After Carolina: Top 3 Ways to Climb the Ladder

    4/3/17
    By: Camille G. Mason, Sr. Assistant Director

    When I received my first job after pursuing my graduate degree a mentor of mine asked me “Congratulations! So where do you want to work next?” I was so shocked by this I was speechless (which is rare … Continued

  • Spring has Sprung /The Grass Has Ris/Wonder Where Your Internship (or job) Is?

    3/20/17
    By: Jacquelyn Gist, Assistant Director

    After a long grey winter, it is suddenly spring! The campus is in bloom, mid -terms are almost done and Spring Break is here. It is time to lay back catch some sun, watch some basketball and forget ab … Continued

  • A Healthy Use of Your Time

    3/20/17
    By: Chad Collins, Sr. Assistant Director

    As a UNC student, you already know that time management is a very important part of being successful in college.  When you are looking for a full time job or internship, it is also extremely important … Continued

  • Making the Most of Your Summer

    3/13/17
    By: Resa Brinkley, Health Professions Advising Coordinator

    You hear it everywhere. “I finally lined up my internship.” “Where is your summer internship?” “Internships are SO important.” So, do you really need a prehealth internship? An internship is defined a … Continued

  • Careers in Sports

    2/27/17
    By: Christy Dunston, Assistant Director

    Becoming a pro athlete is not the only way to work in the sports industry. There are many different ways and avenues to have a career in sports. The sports industry is global. You could work in New Yo … Continued

  • Industry Night: Life of a Consultant

    2/22/17
    By: Camille G. Mason, Sr. Assistant Director

    In order to understand what a consultant does, you have to understand that different consultant specialties solve different problems.  The four popular specialties are strategy, financial, information … Continued

  • Government Work Can Lead to Career Satisfaction

    2/20/17
    By: Tamara K. Taylor, Assistant Director

    The Office of Personnel Management projected that by 2015, more than 550,000 federal employees, one third of the entire full-time permanent workforce, would leave the Federal government with retiremen … Continued

  • Stepping Into STEM

    2/10/17
    By: Mary Rosage, Assistant Director

    Did you know that STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) graduates are expected to have the highest salaries from recently graduating classes? Nationally the average is expected to be be … Continued

  • Creative Industry Careers

    1/23/17
    By: Emily Strader, Career Counselor

    Creative people employed by arts organizations stimulate innovation and play an important role in building and sustaining economic vibrancy.  Where are these organizations and what can you learn about … Continued

  • You Can Connect your Interests to your Major and Careers

    1/17/17
    By: Jonathan Adams, Assistant Director, University Career Services

    What’s your major? What do you plan to do with that after you graduate? At this point, no matter what your year at UNC, you have probably been asked these types of questions. If you are unsure of how … Continued