Career Services announces spring initiatives for job-seekers and employers

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Whether you need a job or have a job opening, Campbell can help. Campbell Career Services has introduced a free online platform to help alumni and students find jobs, post jobs, and more.

“CUHired is our career management system,” said director of Career Services Yasmine Farley. “The system is open to all alumni, current students and employers. We have approximately 1,700 active student accounts, 225 alumni accounts and 550 employers using the system.”

CUHired is open to all employers, not just those with a connection to Campbell. Job-seeking users can find resources for writing cover letters and resumes and submit their cover letters and resumes to be reviewed by Career Services staff. Users can also upload application materials for employers to find and can sign up for career advising online. CUHired can be found on the Career Services page at

CUHired will act as a portal for employers interested in a booth at the 2019 Campbell University Career Fair. Career Services will host this event on Tuesday, April 2 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m in Gore Arena.  A variety of industries are planning to attend, including the fields of pharmaceuticals, insurance, advertising and marketing, engineering, accounting, education, hospitality, healthcare and government agencies.

Attendees should wear interview attire and bring copies of a cover letter, resume and personal business cards. In yet another employment-aid initiative, Career Services will partner with Kappa Epsilon to host Career Closet, which helps job seekers find professional clothing. Donations, including shoes and accessories like men’s neck ties, are always welcome.

Farley encourages all alumni, students and employers to use CUHired and Career Services to its fullest. “It can be hard to find a job in this competitive environment. The Campbell Career Services team is ready to help you be successful and to put your best foot forward.”