Undergraduate Edition 2019-2020

Career Development Center

The Career Development Center aids students at various stages of their career with decision-making, exploration, and the job search process. A variety of programs and services assist students in defining their career objectives and finding out about the current job market while learning how to conduct a job search for employment.

In addition to the career decision and exploration services, the Career Development Center provides extensive assistance with workshops on interviewing, résumé writing, and business etiquette, and online internship and employment search resources.

The Career Development Center disseminates information concerning available internships and jobs, and it handles all arrangements when employers visit the campus to interview students. On-campus recruiting is scheduled through the center during the Fall and Spring semesters. Students can also make valuable employment contacts at the Annual Career and Graduate School Fair, and the Annual Teacher Education Fair. Alumni may also receive career assistance on employment vacancy listings through Career Development.

Services Provided Include:

    Career Counseling

    On Campus Recruiting

    Career, Education and Graduate School Fair

    Graduate and Professional School Information

    Workshops:  (Resume Writing, Interview Techniques, etc.), Dress for Success

    Job Search Preparation

    Networking Opportunities


Career Resources

A wealth of career information is available in the Career Development Center. Printed information on employment trends, future outlooks, company literature, and school system applications are available for all students and alumni to review. Students also have access to hard copy career-related publications.  Online Portals are also offered through the Center.

Internship Programs

Internships can offer innovative ways to achieve career success for students working with the latest technology in their field of study.  Students gain valuable work experience in a wide variety of fields.  The Career Development Center helps students prepare and find paid and unpaid internship opportunities.


For more information contact:  Career Development Center, C.W. Griffin Hall, Suite 123, Elizabeth City, NC  27909, Telephone: 252-335-3355.