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Career Resources

NC State Alumni Directory

Are you trying to connect with former classmates? Looking up a business connection? Search for NC State alumni on LinkedIn. You can search by name, grad year, job type, etc.

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Career Webinars and Podcasts

Below are categories of effective webinars and podcasts for career advice that cover a wide range of subject matter from financial planning and retirement to leadership skills training.

Online Certifications and Professional Learning

The job marketplace is competitive and many job seekers are looking to gain an inside edge. Enrolling in a certificate program can give you that edge. In fact, certificate programs are the fasting-growing credential, according to Inside Higher Ed. Listed below are a wide range of certification and professional learning opportunities that can advance your career.

NC State IES – Online Training

NC State Engineering Online – Graduate Certificates

NC State Engineering Online – Graduate Programs

NC State Engineering Online – Fundamentals of Engineering Review Course

NC State Online and Distance Education – Graduate Programs

NC State Jenkins MBA Online

NC State Office of Professional Development – Workforce Competency Certificates

NC State Graduate School – Graduate Certificates

NC State Office of Professional Development – Online Self-paced Courses

NC State Princeton Review Standardized Test Prep (GRE, GMAT, MCAT, LSAT, etc.) Online

Online Library Access

You may recall that access to the NCSU Library was a great resource during your campus experience.  If you are local to campus, you may want to consider joining the NC State “Friends of the Library” program which will give you online access and borrowing privileges.  Alternatively, the NC State Library hosts NC Live, free to all NC residents, which provides online access to a range of digital resources (EBSCO research, Proquest, eBooks, Ancestry.com, Test Prep, newspapers, etc.). Login using your county library card id: https://www.nclive.org

If you are not a North Carolina resident, every US state has a similar program to give their residents access to a broad range of digital resources.