The Career Development Center continues to provide services to Guilfordians even after they have graduated. Alumni may access all services available to current students.
- Alumni may attend the annual November Career Fair, usually held in a Greensboro-area hotel, for information-gathering and networking. During the information session, graduates are encouraged to dress in interview attire and come with multiple copies of their resumés to distribute to interested employers.
Also, alumni interested in careers in the nonprofit sector are invited to attend our annual Information Fair for Careers in Nonprofit. This event is typically held on the Guilford campus in mid-March.
Campus Interviews - On-campus recruiting sessions are open to alumni on a space available basis, provided the employer is willing to interview graduates and current seniors. Contact the Career Development Center for more information regarding our recruiting calendar 336.316.2187.
Late Hours - For those alumni who find it inconvenient to use Career Development Center resources or meet with career advisers between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays, evening hours are available. To make an appointment or to learn about this semester’s extended hours, please call 336.316.2187.
College Central Network - Guilford College Alumni can participate in this nation-wide network of employers. If you would like to have access to College Central Network, please contact our office.
We know employers who want to know our faculty
We work directly with employers, who often ask for the contact information of faculty members who could help them to target students in a particular major, discipline or other areas of interest. We can facilitate that connection.
Career fairs attract many recruiters to one event
Our career fairs provide excellent opportunities for students to meet representatives from the companies in their industries of choice and establish a network of contacts. We help students research employers and provide interview preparation tips.
Through our affiliation with the North Carolina Career Consortium (NCCC) and colleagues at other institutions, we provide access to more than 20 career and information fairs each year.
We’ll bring the information to your class
We specialize in conducting presentations on a host of topics such as resumé writing, life after Guilford, including non-profit experience on a resumé, job-search strategies, and interviewing skills. We can also help out in a pinch; if you need to or are considering canceling a class, just contact us, and we can schedule a presentation instead.
We help students identify and pursue internships for academic credit
Internships provide the opportunity to make informed decisions about a field of study and make valuable contacts.
Resources for Faculty
We offer a variety of resources to faculty and instructors for use in courses. If you would like to arrange for use of any of our services or materials, tours, or presentations please contact the Career Development Center at 336.316.2187. We will be happy to accommodate your request.
We provide faculty and instructors with in-depth understandings of our services and facilities. We offer tours of the Career Development Center, presentations at department meetings, and individual appointments. By learning more about our center, faculty can refer students to the Career Development Center and understand better how our facilities and services can work into your course requirements.
Many students seek career guidance and assistance from faculty and advisers. Through written publications and individual consultations, we can help you become familiar with career development information, issues, and theories as they relate to the material you present to your students. These may also guide you in meetings with students who bring career concerns to you.
We are also delighted to come into your classes to offer instruction on various career planning and job search topics.
The Mock Interview Program is available to students who want to practice their interviewing techniques before an actual interview.
The Career Development Center houses a career library. Students use the library to research careers, graduate schools, internships, summer jobs, prospective employers, job vacancy announcements, and a host of volunteer opportunities. No appointment is necessary to use these facilities; they are open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. through 5 p.m.
If you are considering referring students to the Career Development Center as a part of your course, please let us know. As you are developing your syllabus, we can assist you in integrating career development theories and information into your curriculum, help you determine which services and materials would be most appropriate for your class, and prepare our staff to respond to inquiries by students in your course.
There are two easy ways to post jobs for viewing by Guilford College students and alumni.
Visit College Central Network and create an account. Once we verify your information, you can easily post positions for viewing by students at Guilford College and across the nation.
Another simple option is to call our office.
If your are interested in setting up a visit to Guilford College, we are happy to work with you in a way that will get you maximum exposure. Simply call our office and we will help you set up a visit.
Guilford College is also a participant-member of the North Carolina Career Consortium. This consortium hosts a career fair every fall, and a non-profit career fair each spring.
To set up on-campus recruiting or to learn more about our career fairs, call 336.316.2187.
The Career Development Center coordinates all student employment on campus. Whether students qualify for federal work-study or if they are simply looking for a part-time campus job, they can start with us.
Student employment is also listed at https://guilford.peopleadmin.com/postings/search
We offer an on-campus employment fair in the fall that connects students with a wide variety of departments on campus that are hiring. As students prepare for this event, we strongly encourage them to come to our center for a quick resumé review. The process of getting a job on campus is great practice for what students will experience as they enter the post-college world of work, and our department assists students as they make the most of this experience.
Additionally, our department maintains a list of students who are interested in serving as tutors and as babysitters.