North Carolina Wesleyan College was chartered on October 25, 1956. Wesleyan is a private four-year, coeducational college of the liberal arts and sciences located in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. Approximately 800 students are enrolled in the traditional program at the Rocky Mount campus. Another 1,000 students attend the evening college program at sites in Rocky Mount, Goldsboro, and Research Triangle Park.
The Internship and Career Services Center (ICSC) at North Carolina Wesleyan College complements the academic program of the College. The ICSC assists students in their professional development and serves as a resource to students, faculty, and you, as a part of the business community.
Online Job Listings
The ICSC maintains an online job posting system through College Central Network (CCN). This system allows employers direct access to post their own jobs and review resumes of NCWC students and alumni. Employers are encouraged to register in this system even if they do not currently have openings since registered organizations will be notified of future ICSC recruiting events and opportunities. Employer access to CCN is provided free of charge. Click the logo below to begin.
Career FairsNorth Carolina Wesleyan is a member of ENCCA, a consortium of eastern NC liberal arts colleges who sponsors an annual career fair at the McKimmon Center in Raleigh, NC. Open to students and alumni of member schools only. The next ENCCA Career Fair will be held on February 15, 2012. Click here for more information.
ENCCA will also host a Non-Profit Job Fair on March 30, 2012 at Peace College in Raleigh, NC. If you are interested in participating in this fair please email email@example.com.
Internship ProgramBy emphasizing hands-on learning as an important tool for developing a career path that ultimately leads to successful and satisfying full time employment, the ICSC helps students realize their career goals. As an Internship Supervisor in the Internship Program, you too will play a role in the process. Wesleyan students can pursue internships for their own personal interests or to receive academic credit. For more information on the role you would play when internships are pursued for academic credit, click here to download the employer brochure.
If you would like to list an internship with your company please visit our CCN system.
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