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.

Internships

Internships

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.






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