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  • Your College Has a Career Center. Here Are 5 Good Reasons to Use It!

    By: James Andersen is Career and Placement Services Coordinator at Coastal Carolina Community College

    Josh just graduated from a major university two months ago with a degree in computer science. Josh has a lot going for him. He’s young and driven, and he’s super-duper smart. He’s the kind of guy that … Continued

  • Balance and Find a Part-Time Job

    By: UNC UCS

    The Part-time Job Expo is quickly approaching and employers will be on campus to speak to students interested in working part-time jobs and having internships that are local, on-and-off campus.  UCS c … Continued

  • Evaluating an Internship

    By: Chad Collins, University Career Services

    Many UNC students have spent the summer working at an internship or a part time job. Hopefully you had a wonderful experience and learned a great deal about what you are looking for in a future career … Continued

  • Climb to Your Career in Four Years

    By: Courtesy of the National Association of Colleges and Employers

    Where will you be in four years? Will you be ready to join the work force? Maybe you have your future planned: You know what you want to be after graduation and you have an idea of how to get there. O … Continued

  • Making the Most of your Summer Internship


    Whether you have secured a summer internship or are in the process, it never hurts to think about how to maximize your internship experience. From conversations with our employer partner and alumni, t … Continued

  • Welcome Back – Nine ways Career Services can help you this year!


    Welcome back to campus for the 2015-2016 academic year! The UCS staff has been busy this summer planning for the year and lining up opportunities for students to learn about career fields, connect wit … Continued

  • The Pros and Cons of a Part-Time Job


    Are you considering working a part-time job while you are at UNC? There are clear pros and cons to this decision.  According to Professor Laura Perna of the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate Schoo … Continued