After NC State
Graduating from college is one of the biggest achievements of your life. Once you have your degree, what's next? A challenging career? An advanced degree? Law or medical school? Whatever decision you make, the degree you earn from NC State University will prepare you for what's next-your life.
NC State degrees get jobs
The degree you earn at NC State is valuable-and not just to you and your family. Your degree is also valuable to employers. It tells them that you are undoubtedly intelligent and driven, but that you're a big-picture thinker, eager to make a difference in the world around you.
Employers also know you leave NC State prepared to hit the ground running, ready to contribute to their goals. But don't take our word for it. Look to the success of our recent graduates. It's proof of the value of an NC State degree.
Thousands of opportunities to interview with employers
There's no need to wait until your final year to prepare for post-graduate success. The University Career Center (UCC) hosts career fairs throughout the academic year, giving you the opportunity to speak with employer representatives right on campus. (Many of the representatives are NC State alumni who have hiring authority!)
During the 2010-11 academic year, more than 226 employers interviewed on campus and conducted interviews with 2,532 undergraduates, 990 masters students, and 101 doctoral students. That's 3,623 opportunities to interview with potential employers without ever leaving campus!
Some of the career fairs sponsored by the UCC during the 2010-11 academic year included:
- Engineering Career Fair: 248 employers (spring), 178 employers (spring)
- Poole Management Career Fair: 79 employers (fall), 76 employers (spring)
- College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Career Expo: 85 employers
- College of Humanities and Social Sciences Career Fair: 59 employers
- Masters/Ph.D. Career Fair: 34 employers
Several career fairs are already scheduled for the 2012-13 academic year. Mark your calendars now!
If you're looking for a job or internship you'll want to access ePack. From there you can create a profile, upload a resume, search for jobs or internships, sign up for on-campus interviews, and access a database of employers. Be where employers are!