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April 26, 2021

PackPath: From Major to Career

Get a head start on thinking about your future before you hit the bricks!  Learn about how the Career Development Center can help you reach your goals and create career success. Incoming first-year students, transfer

February 19, 2021

Help Protect the Pack – Volunteers Needed

Calling on the Pack! The COVID-19 Resource Team is seeking volunteers to help with testing efforts on campus. There is an urgent need of volunteers for the testing centers. Tasks include registration, providing instruction on

January 25, 2021

Improv + Interviews

The Career Development Center and Arts NCState will be offering an interview workshop using improv techniques. Improvisation is like yoga for your social skills. Kelly Leonard In this workshop, improv comedian, actor, and Arts NC

December 15, 2020

Professional Development Boot Camp

The Career Development Center is excited to host a pre-semester Professional Development Boot Camp. Learn the secrets to career success from Marcy Bullock, Director of Professional Development. Boot Camp Schedule Come for all or part

November 20, 2020

Marina Botros

Hello! My name is Marina Botros. I am a sophomore here at NC State University with the intended major of Biochemistry. Currently, my goals for the future are to become a pediatrician. This is my

November 20, 2020

Neel Mahadevan

Neel is a Junior, majoring in Business Administration – Human Resources, minoring in Psychology. Career Tip: Follow your intuition and things that put you in a flow state. Connect with me on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/mahadevanhr/

November 20, 2020

Lauren Boone

Lauren is a Senior, majoring in Political Science, with a minor in Business Administration. Work Experience: Sales Representative, Abbvie and Intern, Miller Law Firm Career Tip: Do not sell yourself short, especially because of your

November 20, 2020

HaoHao Yu

My name is Haohao Yu. I’m a senior major in Statistics and Japanese with a minor in Math. This is my second year as career ambassador and I’ve learned a lot from different people on