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Career Resources at North Carolina Central University: Home

This page will guide you to resources that are available at the James E. Shepard Library and resources available on campus.

NCCU Office of Career Services

Go to the NCCU Office of Career Services, for assistance with career and professional development. The Office of Career Services operates under the Division of Student Affairs, and is dedicated to helping students hone career and professional development skills needed to stay employable in the current job market.   We serve students from freshman year through graduation and beyond; whether it’s selecting the right major, exploring career options, looking for a part-time job or internship, or preparing for an interview, our Career Services Staff is here to assist you.

Career One Stop

Career One Store: Find career, training and job search resources using this government resource.

Library Express

Practice tests and self-paced courses for students & adult learners. ASVAB, GED, GRE, GMAT, SAT, resume and cover letter writing courses and more.

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Career Resources at James E. Shepard Library

Your education at  North Carolina Central University (NCCU) will prepare you for a lifetime of learning and a career that will allow you to be an engaged citizen in society. This guide will direct you to resources the James E. Shepard Memorial Library has to offer in print and online. Also this guide will direct you to resources within the NCCU community and beyond.

North Carolina Central University Career Services

The North Carolina Central Office of Career Services is the central place for career preparation and planning on campus. Check this website often for career planning and career fair events.

Vault Career Intelligence

Vault features industry and employer guides; company rankings and profiles; job and internship listings; networking tools; industry and career guides; resume and interview tips; career articles and blogs.

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH)

For hundreds of different types of jobs—such as teacher,lawyer, and nurse—the Occupational Outlook Handbook tells you:

  • the training and education needed
  • earnings
  • expected job prospects
  • what workers do on the job
  • working conditions

In addition, the Handbook gives you job search tips, links to information about the job market in each State, and more. You can also view frequently asked questions about the Handbook. The 2016-2017 is an online publication, via the Handbook website. Click on the book image below to use the online version.  

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