University Career Services

University Career Services (UCS) is here to address your short-term and long-term career planning, industry and graduate school exploration, internship/job search, and employer engagement needs. 

Update: Professional Headshot Services Returning Fall 2022.

Career Coaching

Career coaching is conducted in-person or virtually, on Handshake. Click here to view availability and schedule an appointment. 

Office hours are Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. During the fall and spring semesters, we offer varied evening appointment opportunities (until 7:30 pm) managed by career peers.

 

VIRTUAL DROP-INS

Drop-ins have concluded for the semester and will resume in the fall. Please schedule an appointment through Handshake

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

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Covid Support FAQs

Virtual Presence

Industry Information and Online Resources

Virtual resources include: 

 

GRADUATE SCHOOL PREPARATION APPOINTMENTS

Are you a UNC undergraduate student considering graduate school? Graduate advisors are here to help!

All advisors are current graduate students at UNC and are able to meet to discuss the following topics:

  • The application process timeline, researching graduate programs
  • Personal statement/statement of purpose
  • Resume/CV
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Differences between a masters and doctoral degree
  • Networking
  • Understanding and researching funding options
  • GRE/GMAT preparation
  • Mock admission interviews
  • What to do during a gap year(s)

Be sure to visit the Pre-Professional and Pre-Graduate Advising webpage to see which programs are covered by pre-grad advising and to schedule an appointment via Handshake!

Student Internship & Full-Time Job Search Resources

Explore the links below to find employer-involved experiential opportunities that help you translate curricular skills into in-demand job skills:


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