Developing Lifelong Career Skills

The team in the CEO assists currently enrolled NCF students learn more about useful information and career readiness skills such as; how to network, the steps involved in the job search process, how to craft a resume, best ways to answer interview questions, how to navigate career exploration to determine the kind of career that best suits them post-graduation, and more.

Career Development Services and Resources at NCF provide students and recent graduates the opportunity to strengthen their personal career readiness skills while focusing on turning their passion and talent into a successful career. in the Center for Career Engagement and Opportunity (CEO), the experienced professional and student employee staff offer services such as; career coaching, easy to use resources and employability tools, networking skills building, workshops, events and other career-related services to assist the student in achieving career goals while in college and post-graduation.
Students and recent graduates are assisted by the Career Ambassador student personnel and the professional personnel in the CEO for individualized assistance in areas such as:
  • Resume, CV and Cover letter design
  • Professional School resources; graduate school, medical school and law school application process information and guidance
  • Interview preparation and skills building
  • Networking tips, easy-to-use techniques and activities
  • Meeting, engaging with and developing ongoing professional connections with alumnae/i mentor(s)
  • Career exploration to maximize the career selection for post-graduation employment
  • Job search strategies
  • What’s Next course engagement
  • Peer reviews for career success
  • Coming soon: CareersNCF, the online career management portal tailored specifically for New College students
  • And more!
To make an appointment, contact us: CEO@ncf.edu or 941-487-5002 or book online
Recurring events may include:
  • Job fairs
  • Practice interviews/Mock Interview and Networking Sessions
  • Coffee Talks: Career Q & A with New College Alums
  • Job Quest: A Workshop Series To Help You Get The Job
  • LEAP: Professionalism for the Contemporary Workplace
  • Resume workshops
  • Career Development Sessions facilitated by the student Career Ambassadors
  • Seminars teaching students how to build a proactive social media presence
  • Internship search process strategies
  • And more!

As soon as New college students begin their first semester, they start career pathing (determining the course of their future career) by getting their resume reviewed. They have resources for assistance with graduate school applications or MCAT and LSAT preparation at their fingertips!

New College has one of the most active alumnae/i networks in the nation. Connect today!
Your alumnae/i network an incredible resource for:
  • Researching potential careers
  • Discussing internship possibilities
  • Brainstorming various thesis topics
  • Learning more about the professional world of work
  • Seeking viable internship and job lead to help secure that first job post-graduation
  • Building a strong professional and social network to help with the transition when you move to a new city

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Apply to become a Career Ambassador by searching on the Job Posting Board/CareersNCF.


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Career Development Services for Students & Alums

The team in the CEO assists currently enrolled NCF students learn more about useful information and career readiness skills such as; how to network, the steps involved in the job search process, how to craft a resume, best ways to answer interview questions, how to navigate career exploration to determine the kind of career that best suits them post-graduation, and more.

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