Career Development Services provides a range
of support for both students and alumni:
One-to-one career exploration and counseling,
Resume assistance and cover letter writing,
Job search training (i.e., interviewing, soft skills training, etc.),
Job readiness & displacement assistance,
Training workshops (e.g., open resume-writing, LinkedIn, appropriate business/interview attire, etc.), and
Job Fairs and other events with employers.
Federal Work Study Jobs STILL available!
Looking for on-campus employment?? Jobs available in multiple departments on campus (click here to view full descriptions
-Bromfield Library & Information Commons (BLIC)
-Crawford Success Center
-Foundation & Alumni
-Child Development Center
-The Urban Center
-Liberal Arts Division
Find a job that offers flexibility to work on campus while improving your skills and building your resume! Fill out the application
and return to Financial Aid
(Kee 143) to determine eligibility. Contact the department to discuss your interest in the Work Study position!
Resume Bootcamps—Come work on your resume in a computer lab while getting one-on-one attention from the career services and internship staff! This is great prep for the career networking events!
Fall 2016 Resume Bootcamp Walk-in Options:
Wed 11/2, 9AM-1PM Fallerius 124
Thurs 11/3, 11AM-1PM Kehoe 137
Tues 11/8, 11AM-2PM Ovalwood 114
Wed 11/9, 11AM-3PM Library Lab
Tues 11/15, 11AM-2PM Ovalwood 114
Wed 11/16, 9AM-2PM Kehoe 137
Thurs 12/1, 9AM-11AM Fallerius 136
Tues 12/6, 9AM-4PM Library Lab
Career Closet—Do you need some professional clothing for the upcoming internship fair or your job interview? Come "shop" at the Career Closet for all of your professional clothing needs. We have racks and racks of gently used professional clothing that students can peruse!
Fall 2016 Closets:
Kehoe Career Closet - Thursday, November 17th from 9:00AM-3:30PM
Career Closet, Eisenhower Cafeteria - Wednesday, November 30th from 9:00AM-4:00PM
Job & Internship Fair—Looking for a full-time, part-time, summer job, or internship? We have employers from all industries who come recruit at our on-campus Job and Internship Fair! This open house, come-and-go event is for all students and alumni from every major. Dress for success and bring copies of your resume! Giveaways for attending! Stay tuned for the next on-campus fair!
**Check in with us periodically for upcoming Events!**
Resources for Students & Alumni
current and future job availability
area unemployment trends
Are you undecided in your major?
Are you wondering what careers are connected to your major?
Are you thinking about changing career fields?
The FOCUS2 is a career assessment that will help you examine your talents, interests, values, and aspirations to point you towards a career path that's a good fit for you.
College Central Network
CCN is a community job board, connecting NC State students & alumni to local employers. We have hundreds of local job listings as well as a search engine with over 500,000 jobs available nationwide.
Utilize the Resume Builder on CCN to get started on your resume draft with the help of our career counselor today!
Click here to access the help guide for registering on College Central.
Click here to access the Resume Builder tutorial.
Ohio Means Jobs
The State of Ohio job matching system allows anyone to post resumes and get job leads. Employers can also post jobs. Ohio Means Jobs also has a large job searching toolkit that you can utilize in addition to NCSC Career Development Services.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is published by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics. It is a guide to hundreds of different careers in the United States, providing information about the nature of work, working conditions, training and education required, earnings, and job market outlook of the different occupations. This resource is valuable in the FYEX 0060 course.
Job Board Websites
In addition to College Central Network, our community job board with local listings and OhioMeansJobs.com, you may be interested in searching for jobs on other online job boards. Here are links to other online resources:
Don't forget to utilize social media, particularly LinkedIn.com, to search for jobs, as well! Best of luck in your search!
Resources for Employers
College Central Network
College Central is a community job board, connecting NC State students & alumni to local employers. This career management network allows you to post jobs, interact with applicants, review resumes and portfolios, and more. If you’d like to create an account, follow the link and select “Employers.” From there, you will "Create Account" and register. After your access is approved, you'll be able to log-in and post job descriptions whenever your organization has openings!
Click here to learn the benefits of starting an internship program within your organization!
Ohio Means Jobs
The State of Ohio job matching system allows anyone to post resumes and get job leads. Employers can also post jobs. Ohio Means Jobs also has a large job searching toolkit that individuals can utilize in addition to NCSC Career Development Services.
Posting Policies for Employers
Click here for help getting started on College Central Network!
Click here to view the General Posting Policies
Click here to view the Student-to-Student Promotional/Sales Policies
Click here to view the Standard Practice Statement for Indirect Postings
Please contact the Career Counselor for a Third Party Recruiter Agreement Form
102 Kee Hall
163 Kehoe Center
Monday - Friday
8:00AM - 5:00PM
*Be sure to catch the Career Counselor, by scheduling an appointment ahead of time!
Main office: Kee Hall 102, Main Campus
Kehoe Center 163 in Shelby during designated office hours:
Tuesday 8:00AM - 10:00PM
Wednesday 1:00PM - 5:00PM
Thursday 8:00AM - 12:00AM
To provide quality career counseling & exploration services to assist students in making informed career choices.
To provide quality career knowledge & job readiness to prepare students to secure employment in related field of study.