Career Development Services

Career Development Services

Career Development Services (CDS) works with WSSU students and alumni during all phases of the career development process.  Career Development Services offers a full range of resources and services to assist you in developing the necessary strategies and skills which will distinguish you as a professional. CDS staff members want to help you learn about your skills and interests, and articulate them confidently in resumes, cover letters, interviews, and personal statements; identify and explore career options that you might pursue; and implement an effective strategy to attain your desired career outcomes.

Student Employment

Student Employment

The Hire-a-Ram Student Employment Program is a federally funded service sponsored by WSSU's Office of Career Development Services. The goal of the program is to assist WSSU students in obtaining off-campus part-time, temporary or seasonal employment while attending the University.



These programs are designed to strengthen your academic program through experiential learning and the practical application of acquired knowledge. Co-ops and internships are experiential learning programs which provide opportunities to gain work experience prior to graduation.

Students and Alumni

Students & Alumni

Let Career Development Services help you jump start your career development, job search, and/or graduate school process. There many resources that are available to current WSSU students and alumni.

Project GIVE

Project Give

Project GIVE (Getting Involved {through} Volunteer Experiences) is the volunteer service program that matches members of the WSSU community with non-profit organizations and their service programs. Through Project GIVE students, faculty and staff to have served as youth mentors, provided valuable health care information to the community, fed the hungry and participated in a wide range of service activities.



We appreciate your interest in recruiting WSSU students. Building partnerships with employers is a fundamental role of Career Services. No matter if you are looking for interns, part-time or full-time employees, you can tap into our pool of talented students seeking new and exciting opportunities.

Recruiting Guidelines and Policies 
Internship Interest Form 

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