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After Carolina

Interested in where you could go after you graduate from Carolina?  Whether they stay in North Carolina or end up in other parts of the U.S. or world, our alumni are doing amazing things. In fact, according to the First Destination Survey of May 2015 graduates, 90% were either employed or in graduate school within six months. Among those graduates who entered the work force, many are now working for Fortune 500 companies such as Target, Google, General Electric or Cisco Systems or nonprofit organizations such as Americorps, Teach for America, and the Peace Corps. Other graduates enrolled in graduate or professional programs such as medicine, law, chemistry, business, and political science at institutions such as Oxford, Harvard, Princeton, Yale, and UNC.

Don’t want to wait until you graduate before you start networking and learning about the opportunities available to you?  Seventy-three percent of all respondents to the 2015 survey sponsored by University Career Services reported that they completed at least one internship.  Of those respondents who accepted job offers, 79.5% had at least one internship and 32% were offered full-time jobs with the same employer where they had previously interned!

Prepare for After Carolina

Wondering how our students connect with these opportunities? Look no further than the University Career Services website, which provides services and resources to help students clarify and attain their goals. And when we say students, we mean all students: undergraduates, graduate students, even alumni. Services offered include individual career advising, internship and employment search assistance, workshops, resume service and so much more.

Not sure what you want to pursue at Carolina? UCS can help with that too. UCS offers resources to help you explore majors and careers as well as helpful blogs that inform students of upcoming job fairs.

Know what you’re looking for? UCS’s Careerolina lists job and internship postings, as well as details about on-campus recruiting, career fairs, workshops and employer contact information. You can create a profile and upload your resume to be sent to postings that interest you!

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A member of a martial arts student group demonstrates his skills during Fall Fest at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill