• 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

  • Writing the Personal Statement

    3/27/17
    By: William O. Taylor, PhD, Pre-Law & Pre-Graduate Advising Coordinator

    Your personal statement is your chance to let an admissions committee know who you are and how admitting you will benefit: you as a professional, the field you will one day contribute to, and their pr … 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

  • Advice for the Global Job Seeker

    2/27/17
    By: Jonathan Foland, Graduate Career Services Assistant and Doctoral Student in Communication

    Perhaps you always wanted to travel the world, and getting a job with an international employer will help you live that dream. Maybe there are different places around the globe where you want to live … Continued

  • Top 3 Ways to Prepare for an Interview

    2/27/17
    By: Camille G. Mason, Sr. Assistant Director

    Interviewing can be a daunting task!  Even the most confident speaker feels overwhelmed by the prospect of an interview.  The purpose of an interview is to show the employer that you have the skills, … 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