Career Advising

The College and the University offer an incredible array of programs and services to help students find internships, jobs, as well as the right major and the right career. Our professional adviser, Ms. April Morrison and our undergraduate coordinators also frequently post flyers on Schaub Hall bulletin boards and send out e-mails about opportunities so be sure you are checking those on a regular basis.

College Level Career Services

The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) Career Services Center is located in 111 Patterson Hall. The Center can help match your interests with a career, network with potential employers and alumni, find a job or internship, write a resume and cover-letters, and polish your interview skills.

Visit CALS Career Services

University Level Career Services

The Career Development Center (CDC) is the University level hub for exploring college and professional career opportunities. The CDC can help you choose an academic major or career, create a strong resume, conduct an effective job search, prepare for job interviews and take advantage of NC State resources in contacting and meeting potential employers. You can also upload your resume to ePack, NC State's on-line job board.

Visit the Career Development Center

Health Professions Advising

The University's Health Professions Advising Center (Health PAC) is available to NC State University students and alumni interested in pursuing a healthcare career in medicine, dentistry, optometry, pharmacy, physical therapy, nursing, physician's assistant or other graduate fields. Health PAC provides information on program prerequisites, portfolio building and also sponsors workshops and career fairs.

Visit Health PAC

Food Science Career Resources

The Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) is the go to resource for learning about careers in food science

Visit the IFT Website

 

Nutrition Career Resources

The American Society for Nutrition is a good place to learn about careers in nutrition science

Visit the ASN Website

Bioprocessing Science Career Resources

The Biomanufacturing Training and Education Center is a great resource for students interested in bioprocessing careers

Visit the BTEC Website