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Part Time Job Fests!
4/11 – Central Campus, Overcash Lawn, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
4/18 – Levine Campus, first floor Levine II building, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Career Services and Student Life are excited to bring students the opportunity to meet with Charlotte-area employers who are hiring for part-time and summer jobs!
A link to event details as well as tips you can use to prepare is available at http://www.cpcc.edu/career/studentsgrads/ocr.
However, while it’s not required, we encourage students to dress in business casual attire, bring a resume and prepare an introductory speech. Career Counselors are available to help students prepare during Drop-In Lab Hours:
Levine Campus: Tuesdays from noon to 2 p.m. in LV1408
Central Campus: Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in CH 122
EmployUP takes place in two weeks! If you are searching for a full-time job or want to talk face-to-face with recruiters from regional companies, plan to attend the event on Thursday March 3 from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Grady Cole Center (adjacent to the Central Campus).
Don’t know how to prepare for EmployUP? Check out this week’s CPCC Career Services blog post that lists tips for talking to employers.
Career Services staff is ready to review your resume before EmployUP. Schedule an appointment with your campus career counselor or visit Central Campus for Drop Ins, Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., in Room 332 of the Central High building (no appointment necessary).
There are almost 300 companies from German-speaking Europe in the greater Charlotte area. Attend our event with your students to:
EmploymeNC is the number one online job board for CPCC students! More than 500 full-time and part-time jobs are frequently added and updated in this database that is exclusively for CPCC students and alumni only. But EmploymeNC offers more than just job postings. Unlike other job boards, this site provides a free resume review service for all users, a template (Resume Creator) to help you create a professional resume and access to the Resource Library that contains valuable career information. Additionally students can learn about upcoming campus recruiting events. Access EmploymeNC from Students & Graduates section of the Career Services webpage.
Looking for a part-time job or service opportunities for your service-learning course? Attend the Volunteer and Part-Time Job Fest, being held Thursday, Sept. 24 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. on the second floor of Levine II. Meet with employers looking to hire and community partners with service opportunities available.
For more information please contact:
Christy Curts, Career Counselor: email@example.com
Carrie Paynter, Career Counselor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jessi Preussner, Service-Learning Coordinator: email@example.com
Looking for a part-time job? Plan to attend the Part-Time Job Fest being held on Tuesday, Sept. 1 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the Central Campus Quad. Recruiters from 25 companies will be on campus collecting resumes and job applications. Multiple industries including food service, recreation, entertainment and more will be represented. Click here to see which companies plan to attend. All students from all campuses are invited!
Need help with your resume? Visit www.cpcc.edu/career/studentsgrads/resumes for tips.
This FREE resource was created for residents located in Mecklenburg County and beyond seeking to learn more about the local job market, employers who are hiring, their career choices and the skills needed to secure their dream job.
You can find this as a new top navigation item on the homepage, along with About CPCC, Academics, Student Services, and Arts and Community, or by visiting cpcc.edu/careerhub.
It’s Career Fair week at CPCC! Career Services wants to make you aware of last minute details to get you prepared for the career fair taking place this Thursday, March 5 from 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at the Grady Cole Center.
Please know that all campus Career Services offices will be closed Thursday, March 5 and Friday, March 6 due to the Career Fair.
See you at the Grady Cole Center this Thursday!
The CPCC Career Fair is just two weeks away. Will your resume pass the test with employers who you plan to speak with at the event? Check out the latest CPCC Career Services blog post that offers tips on preparing a career fair-
Career Services staff are standing by to help get your resume ready for the career fair. Schedule a resume appointment with a career counselor at any of our campus locations. All students can take advantage of Central Campus Drop-In Hours on Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. No appointment is necessary to have your resume reviewed.
Who should plan to attend?
Job seekers looking for full-time jobs. Job seekers commonly complain about having to blindly submit resumes online with no chance to meet recruiters in person. Here’s your chance.
Candidates seeking part-time jobs, internships or co-op positions. Many employers at the fair are also hiring for part-time jobs as well as internship or co-op positions with their companies. The time to search for summer positions starts now.
Students wanting to network with employers in their industry. Begin building your network now for your job search later.
What should I know beforehand?
Professional dress is required. People not wearing professional attire won’t be admitted to the fair.
Career Services can help you get ready. If you have questions about what to wear, what to say to employers or how your resume should look, Career Services can help. Schedule an appointment with a career counselor at any of our campus offices. www.cpcc.edu/career/stafflocation
Bookmark the Career Fair link for helpful tips and event information. Videos, blog posts and more can be found at www.cpcc.edu/career/studentsgrads/careerfair.
VIP Access for CPCC students & alumni, as well as all military service members and veterans. Students and alumni can present their CPCC ID and military service members and veterans can present their military ID to gain admission through the VIP entrance. This helps avoid long lines.
CPCC students should plan to attend the CPCC Career Fair, being held tomorrow (March 6) from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Grady Cole Center. If you are looking for a full-time or part-time job, this is a great opportunity to get face-to-face time with employers who are actively hiring. Check the CPCC Career Services Career Fair Employer Page to see which companies are attending. Over 95 employers from a variety of industries will be on site!
Here’s a checklist to review tonight before attending tomorrow’s career fair:
Some items to know for the day of the event:
• Arrive early. Parking fills up quickly and lines get long.
• Bring your CPCC Student ID. Doing so gives you access to the VIP entrance and avoid longer lines. *Note: Veterans who bring their DD-214 papers will also be admitted through the VIP entrance
• Check the weather. You may be standing outside in the early morning hours. Dress accordingly.
• Plan your transportation. Parking in the Student Decks will be available (no permit required), or plan your bus route.
• Arrange for childcare. Job applicants who bring children to the career fair will not be admitted to the event.
• Bring a snack. Pack a small bottle of water and a snack to keep your energy up throughout the day.
• Have multiple copies of your resume. Estimate how many employers you’ll be speaking to, but bring a few additional copies just in case.
We are excited to announce that Career Coach has added a career assessment feature. Now you can get customized information about your interests and how they align with more than 800 occupations. In
addition, Career Coach provides information about career fields and links them to specific CPCC programs. It features current local job openings, estimated regional salaries and job outlook information, and a resume tool. Anyone can use this free career exploration tool anytime and at any place.
Check out CPCC’s Career Coach website today!
Career Services expects to host over 70 employers at the 2012 Career Fair on Thursday, March 15, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Grady Cole Center. See which employers are coming and get tips to help you prepare and maximize your experience at the fair at www.cpcc.edu/career/fair.
See a full list of companies currently registered to attend here!
Why Go to the Career Fair?
Prepare early by visiting Career Services
Professional dress is required for admission. Bring plenty of copies of your resume and be sure to tell employers you are a CPCC student. Employers want to meet with you!
Contact our Central campus office at 704.330.6551, CH 122 or view contact information for Career Services at other campuses.