Career Services

North Carolina A&T is proud of the fact that its list of corporate recruiters rivals that of any university or college in the nation.  Since the college is the largest producer of African-American engineers at the B.S. level, a national leader in the production of women engineers, and a national leader of African-American engineers at the M.S. and Ph.D. level, hundreds of employers recruit our students both through numerous Career Fairs on campus and many other activities.

The ELITE Student Development Center in Cherry Hall partners with the Office of Career Services for many programs, events and workshops.

The Office of Career Services offers many outstanding services to our students, including, but not limited to the following:

  • Online AggieLink Account
  • Career Assessment Tests
  • Satellite Hours in McNair Hall (every Thursday from 10am to 2pm)
  • Access to sign up for on-campus interviews online
  • Access to summer internship, co-op, full-time and part-time off-campus positions
  • Access to InterviewStream, the leading practice interview system that allows job seekers the
  • opportunity to see and hear themselves online.
  • 24/7 Career Counselor
  • Cooperative Education Information Packet
  • Free copies of Career Development Guide and magazines, such as Job Choices and Black Collegian
  • Average Salary Offers & Cost of Living Index
  • Job Search Handbook for Education Majors
  • Listing of on-campus interview schedules and information sessions
  • Career Days (Healthcare, Graduate & Professional), Education/Arts & Sciences Expo (EASE),
  • Fall and Spring Career Fairs
  • International Student Virtual Career Fair
  • Resume Referrals
  • Scholarship Information
  • Online Services (24/7 Counselor, Videos, Interviewing Bulletins, Links to employer websites, job opportunities and career-related resources)
  • The Competitive Edge Newsletter
  • Employer resource materials
  • Other career-related resources...

Workshops, Seminars and Individual Counseling on:

  • Career Planning
  • Resume Writing
  • Interviewing Techniques (mock interviews & videotaping of interviews)
  • Dressing for Success
  • Self-Directed Job Search Techniques
  • Communication Skills
  • Cover Letters
  • What to Do with Your Major
  • Financial Planning
  • Transition from School to Work
  • Navigating Career Fairs
  • Applying to Graduate School
  • Evaluating Salary Offers
  • How to Apply for Summer Internships & Co-ops
  • Employer Panels
  • Career Development Conference
  • Phone Interview Access

Students are encouraged to sign up early on for participation in activities offered through the Office of Career Services (OCS).  Using OCS to start a career as soon as possible gives students a competitive edge.  The OCS Team is available 24/7 either through personal interaction or via the Internet.  See the OCS website  for other information about the many ways OCS can help students succeed in their careers.