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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. In these times of shrinking budgets when most career programs are underfunded, 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.

The State of HBCU Career Centers Survey Results

If developed and used strategically, campus career centers play a pivotal role in helping colleges meet the challenges of attracting, retaining and successfully graduating the emerging professionals needed to #ReSkillAmerica.

HBCU career centers, like most other career centers, are often underfunded and understaffed, thus struggling to meet the needs of constituents. All this, at a time when employers are seeking competitive graduates able to hit the ground running.
This State of HBCU Career Centers Survey aggregates the responses from 33 colleges and universities.

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