This Career Fair photo was taken prior to the pandemic.
For spring semester, the NDSU Career and Advising Center will continue to work in a hybrid format, offering services both virtually and in person.
“The services provided to students through the Career and Advising Center are key to students success at NDSU,” said Rebecca Bahe, Career and Advising Center director. “We understand the complexities of this pandemic and have been working hard to serve students regardless of their physical location. This last fall, we found many benefits to offering virtual services that positively impacted accessibility to students and intend to continue these hybrid services for as long as students find value in its delivery.”
Bahe notes these items as the center’s service activities continue:
• Academic advising and internship registration will continue to be scheduled through Navigate where a student can select to meet in person or over Zoom.
• Career services will be offered in person Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Ceres Hall 306, but the Barry Hall and construction management engineering in-person satellite locations will remain closed for the time being.
• The virtual drop-in studio is an option for all students and staff. The zoom studio will continue to be open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to help with using CAREERLINK, finding internships or to receive assistance with resumes, cover letters and interview preparation.
• Workshops and career fairs will continue to be conducted remotely as they were in the fall semester. More detailed information on the spring fairs will be available soon.
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