The UNC Asheville Career Center is committed to providing comprehensive career, internship and job searching and graduate school application guidance for students and alumni about how to use their liberal arts degree in the world of work. All Career Center services, resources, and programs are designed to create meaningful opportunities for students and alumni, and assist in the transition from college to work or graduate school. Last year over 900 students had on-campus jobs and 80% of graduates had full-time jobs within 6 months of graduation.
Professional staff will help you with your career-related decisions including choice of a major, identifying your interests, obtaining occupational information, developing a resume, fine-tuning interviewing skills, and internship, job and graduate school search strategies. Opportunities to network with employers and alumni are available through our job fairs, career panels, and employer information sessions. The Career Center also houses an online posting system (RockyLink) that lists diverse full-time and part-time jobs, internships, federal work-study and on-campus jobs, and fellowships/scholarships.
Please visit us at 259 Highsmith University Union or online at career.unca.edu. To schedule an individual appointment please call 828.251.6515 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to working with you in developing your career path.
The UNC Asheville Payroll Department works with the Career Center to assist students in finding both federal work study and on-campus jobs. The Career Center posts all on-campus jobs on RockyLink. The Payroll department oversees an on-line time sheet reporting system and processes direct deposit pays for all on-campus student employment (this includes federal work study). Required employment contracts as well as federal and state tax paperwork are also coordinated through the Student Payroll Service Center.
The Student Payroll Service Center is here to assist and answer your questions. You can visit us on the first floor of Phillips Hall or contact us at 828.250.2352.
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