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Co-op Students

Ready to Find Work

Once you become a Co-op applicant, it’s time to get to work! Although the Co-op program is optional for you as a student, as well as for the employers who participate, many companies interview Co-op students right here on campus, making it easier to find a great position!

Interviews are scheduled on a pre-screen basis. You’ll want to keep an eye on the Interview Schedule for upcoming opportunities by accessing your ePACK account. Companies pre-screen candidates who submit resumes to them through ePACK.

Although an attempt is made to place every student and fill every job vacancy listed, there is no guarantee that a job will be available initially or on a continuing basis.

"The Career Development Center will be valued by North Carolina State University and its partners as the leading resource to meet the comprehensive career development needs of students."

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