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    April 2010

    SEEK at NCCU Committed to Helping Students

    NCCU Career Services is focused on building career successes in our students and alumni, making them marketable and skilled with computer-assisted opportunities, while expanding and promoting their abilities and understanding of how to be successful in college and in life.  We are committed to encouraging students and alumni to search from information, explore opportunities, gain experience and keep focused on their career goals. (SEEK).  NCCU  is a comprehensive institution, which offers bachelor’s degrees in more than 100 fields of study and awards graduate degrees in an estimated 40 disciplines.

    NCCU Career Services provides comprehensive career development services that integrate one-on-one career counseling and technologies to equip our students and alumni with the necessary skills needed to independently manage their careers upon graduation and beyond. As a part of Eagles Connect, employer and community partnerships assist in transforming students into professionals and help students and alumni connect with organizations through internships, on campus recruitment, panel discussions, mock interviews, networking events and career fairs, to name a few. In several instances, a NCCU student will be required to fulfill an academic internship.  Our career management system, Eagletrak, can be accessed to post positions and source candidates. Opportunities posted electronically by employers are viewed by NCCU students and alumni, who then apply for the positions through the system. Returning and new employers may access the system at https://www.myinterfase.com/nccu/employer/

     

    For further information, please contact:

    Donna Y. Hembrick , LPC, NCC- Interim Director, Career Services

    North Carolina Central University, University Career Services

    1801 Fayetteville Street, P.O. Box 19585

    William Jones Building, Lower Level, Room #14

    Durham, NC 27707

    (919) 530-6878; fax (919) 530-6305;  dhembrick@nccu.edu