Internships, Externships and Permanent Opportunities
Connecting with our students for job opportunities is available to you in a variety of ways. Accessing our services is complimentary. We will do our best to accommodate your needs.
On Campus Interviews: Our on campus interviews take place during the fall and spring semesters. Employers who participate in OCIs will request their interview date, receive resume/application materials from students, and make their interview selections. Participation in OCI is complimentary.
Resume Collections: Resume collections are geared towards employers who cannot visit our campus to conduct interviews but who are nonetheless interested in recruiting our students. The job announcement is posted and resumes are collected in much the same manner as for on campus interviews. These resumes are forwarded to the employer. If after receiving the resumes, the employer can choose to perform any interviews on campus, at their office, by phone, or by web-based video.
Job/Internship Postings: A a job posting is similar to a classified ad in that we will post the job opportunity that you submit to us. The submission will include instructions on how to apply for the position. These are posted to Symplicity for students and alumni to view and to consider.
For more information, or to post a position, you may register by following this link: Registration is simple. Please follow this link: https://law-nccu-csm.symplicity.com/employers/
If you have any questions regarding registration, please contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our students are practice ready, have extensive writing and advocacy opportunities and participate in community and law-related public service. We believe that this experience facilitates the students’ transitioning into positions with your organization.
Practice Ready: Our students are practice ready. Many participate in our nationally recognized clinical programs as well as in internships and externships with judges and justices, district attorneys, public defenders, private practitioners and corporations throughout the school year and during their summers.
Writing and Advocacy: Many of our students are members of the North Carolina Central Law Review and the Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Law Review. Beginning in their first year and continuing through the balance of their law school careers, our students participate in trial advocacy and Moot Court programs and competitions.
Community and Public Service: Our students are active in the community and provide hundreds of hours of pro bono service through student organizations.
NCCU School of Law graduates are provided with equal opportunity to obtain employment, without discrimination or segregation on the ground of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender (including identity and expression), sexual orientation, age, or disability. Employers furnished assistance and facilities for interviewing and other placement functions by NCCU School of Law must meet our firm expectation that the employer will observe this principle of equal opportunity.
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