College students who do internships get more job offers after graduation.
Proofread your resume before you add to our job board.
You've come too far to not be prepared for this next step.
If you ever feel stuck in a job or career consider which myths might be holding you back.
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We established The HBCU Career Center to help and encourage diverse students and alumni to pursue and achieve success through career planning, work experiences, and meaningful college activities such as internships and study abroad. With small or shrinking budgets, most career programs are underfunded and understaffed. We are here as a resource to augment career centers already on college campuses to support their students. We provide expert advice, data, tools, resources, event information and news on career, workplace and job trends. I believe we keep HBCUs Respected, Resilient and Relevant by demonstrating value through the success of our alumni.