The University Career Center provides an array of services to students and alumni including individual career advising appointments, mock interviews, self-assessments for career decision making, employer networking events, and Hire-A-Niner for job and internship leads.
Spring Drop-in Hours (no appointment needed):
resume review, cover letter review, or Hire-A-Niner help. More extensive topics, including major/career choice, internships/co-ops, job search, interviewing, CVs, and graduate school applications are covered during appointments.
Make an Appointment: Log in to Hire-a-Niner and click "Meet with Your Career Advisor"
Find Us: Atkins 150 (next to Atkins Library)
Contact Us: 704-687-0795, firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact us at 704-687-0494 or click below for more specific contact information.
The Career Resources Collection is located on the First Floor of the Library.
Want to see what the collection has available?
You can search for career resources by using our Collection Search tool!
This guide can support your career development with links to online resources for becoming a “career savvy” candidate. The guide can help you to explore industries for job opportunities, identify professional associations for networking, research companies for job interviews, and more! The guide was developed in partnership between the University Career Center and Atkins Library. Please don’t hesitate to contact your career advisor in the University Career Center and/or Angel Truesdale, Business Librarian, in Atkins Library if you have any questions. Your Career Development Team is here to assist you throughout the process of becoming a career savvy candidate!