One of the most important parts of the Career Services Office’s (CSO) mission is to connect students with employers. This is accomplished through on-campus interview programs, regional and national job fairs, maintaining an online job bank database, and organizing resume collections.
When recruiting our students through either the on-campus interview or resume collection program, we ask that you complete our Recruiting Request Form as well as provide us with a copy of your office resume and your completed National Association for Law Placement (NALP) form if you are a member.
Our law school is centrally located among the state’s seven law schools if you plan to visit any of these schools, we will coordinate your visit to our campus.
We hope that your office will choose to recruit at North Carolina Central University. If you have any questions about any of our programs, please contact Stephanie Troy Williams, Career Services Manager at 919-530-7701 or via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Posting a Job
The Career Services office uses the Symplicity system for posting jobs online and managing on-campus (OCI) and off-campus interview programs.
Registration has begun for NCCU School of Law Fall 2013 On-Campus Interviews. We are excited about having you on campus to interview our students and also happy to accommodate your job posting needs. Our interview season typically runs from August 19, 2013 through September 27, 2013. Deadlines associated with the Fall 2013 interview season are listed below:
NCCU Fall 2013 OCI Employer Timeline
March 5 Employer Registration Begins
June 6 Employer Registration Deadline
July 7 Employer Selections Begin
July 16 Deadline for Employer Selections
August 8 Interview Schedules Posted on Symplicity
If you are an employer and would like to schedule an on-campus interview, you may go to our Symplicity website and login using your username and password. If you do not have a username and password, select the box that says “Register for a new account”. The Career Services staff will then email your password and username.
After logging in, follow the instructions below:
- Select the “OCI” tab.
- Select the “Schedule Request” tab.
- Select the “Request Schedule” box.
- Select the appropriate session/phase and complete the form. The phases are organized according to the date/week you would like to conduct interviews. The schedule is posted on the Symplicity homepage.
- Select “Submit Form.”
- Once the schedule request is reviewed and confirmed by the Career Services staff, you will be able to view your schedule under “Confirmed Schedule.”
If you would like to schedule a resume collection, log in to Symplicity and then
- Go to the “Job Postings” tab.
- Select the “Internships & Jobs” tab.
- Select the “Add New” box.
- Complete the form including a description of the position.
- Select “Submit.”
If you encounter problems requesting an interviewing schedule or while trying to post a job or resume collection, please contact Stephanie Troy Williams at email@example.com.
On-Campus Interviews (OCI)
It is with great pride that we invite you to visit our campus to interview second and third year students through our on-campus interview program. The resumes of students interested in your office will be submitted to you two weeks prior to your scheduled date. While we discourage pre-screening, it is allowed. Pre-screen results should be received by our office at least one week prior to the interview date to allow ample time to arrange the interview schedule.
If you are unable to participate in our on-campus program, you may choose to participate in our resume collection program. Our office will collect resumes per your request, and forward them to you. You will then be able to contact each student individually regarding interview arrangements or you may contact us to arrange an interview via video conference.
Each year, our students have the opportunity to participate in a number of job fairs as they seek employment.
The Southeastern Minority Job Fair, held in Atlanta, Georgia, affords students the opportunity to interview with approximately 120 employers from across the country.
The Equal Justice Works Job Fair, held annually in Washington, D.C., provides an opportunity to interview with approximately 75 public interest employers from across the country.
The North Carolina Small Employer Job Fair, held each year in a western and eastern location in the State, is presented by a consortium of the law schools in North Carolina in conjunction with the North Carolina Bar Association.
Additional job fairs to which students are invited include:
- DuPont Minority Job Fair
- Delaware Minority Job Fair
- Cook County Bar Association Minority Job Fair
- CyberLaw Recruitment Conference