Career Development Center Spring 2019 Events

The Career Development Center signature events planned for Spring 2019 are listed below with a description of each as well as information about which student audience might benefit most from each event. In addition to these programs, Career Counselors are available for class presentations on any career or professional development topic including graduate and professional school preparation. 

All events can be found at Consider creating a Handshake account to see all internship and job opportunities available to students as well as the organizations participating in fairs and recruiting students.  Any faculty, staff or student can log in at If you do not have an account, please fill out this form and the Career Development Center can provide that for you.

Finally, students can make appointments with their Career Counselors by logging in to Handshake to manage their career profile and complete interview practice with Big Interview all from  The Career Counselor for the College of Arts and Sciences is Erika Carey,




Student Audience

Internship Expo

January 30


11 a.m.- 2 p.m.

Plemmons Student Union

Sophomores/Juniors seeking internships

Careers for Impact

February 20


10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Plemmons Student Union

Students interested in careers “with purpose” - Science for Change, Sustainable Business, Social Justice and Advocacy

Internship and Job Fair

March 20


12 - 4 p.m.

Holmes Convocation Center

Graduating seniors/students seeking internships, open to majors from all colleges

Education Career Fair

March 22


12:30-3 p.m.

Holmes Convocation Center

All students from the Reich College of Education, Communication Sciences & Disorders, Social Work, School Psychology

Health Sciences Professional and Graduate School Fair

March 28


6 - 8 p.m.

Leon Levine Hall of Health Sciences

Students considering medical school, professional programs in PT, OT, any health-related area

Work it Watauga Talent Jam

April 4


5 - 7 p.m.

Location TBA

Students and alumni seeking professional opportunities in the High Country

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Published: Jan 1, 2019 2:48pm