Strategic Preparation for the Future of Work
Personal brand development and proficiency sharing for competitive edge
Learn more about CareerWell non-course activities, internships, and job openings
Skill development in professional communication, leadership, financial accounting, etc.
CareerWell is a new program intended to help Carolina graduate students and alumni develop strategic skills that will future-proof their careers in the current and post-pandemic labor market.
For UNC-Chapel Hill graduate students:
- Please submit a registration survey to be considered for CareerWell projects and activities as well as job and internship openings with our partners.
For UNC-Chapel Hill alumni and/or working professionals:
- If you are interested in CareerWell courses and events, please submit a survey. We will use the information you provide in the survey to contact you with information about CareerWell opportunities.
From our Students
“I enrolled in Team Collaboration this spring because I wanted to be a part of a small, cohesive group of students from all backgrounds and disciplines that would help me build upon and strengthen my team collaboration skills. Although a lawyer enrolled in the MPA program at UNC, getting the chance to learn about the bioscience sector has been a fantastic opportunity thus far, not found in any other class.”
– Thomas Persico, JD, Judge Advocate, First Lieutenant, U.S. Marine Corps, Master of Public Administration program in UNC School of Government.
“I have held an interest in the start-up space since I began my graduate career, which was further enforced by my participation in the VentureCatalyst Fellowship through Innovate Carolina. When I learned of the Team Collaboration course this spring and the team internship working in the regulatory sector for emerging biotechnology, it was a perfect fit for me to pursue this interest while simultaneously learning about regulatory affairs. I ultimately enrolled because I wanted the opportunity to work on a real-world business project, build my network and connections, apply my leadership skills in an interdisciplinary team, and develop my project management skills.”
– Michaela Copp, Biomedical Engineering PhD Student (’23)