Internship & Career Programs offers a variety of resources to assist students with their professional goals.
Queens Online Job Board
Gain access to the Queens Online Job Board where you can view jobs and internships, post your resume and much more. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for registration instructions. Students who already have a password can log in.
One-on-one Career Advising
Students are encouraged to meet with a career advisor throughout their time at Queens to discuss topics including career strategy, job search, resume and cover letter, interview skills, salary negotiation, graduate school and industry trends. To book an appointment, please call the office at 704.337.2337.
Resume and Cover Letter Review
An impactful and purposeful resume and cover letter are critical for securing any position. The Internship & Career Programs staff can assist you with not just the basics, but also strategies behind writing successful resumes and cover letters. Use our Job Search Guide to help you!
Throughout the year, Internship & Career Programs hosts career fairs, company presentations, panel discussions and on-campus recruiting. For more information on upcoming events, check the events calendar.
Mock Interview and Feedback
Students who would like to strengthen interviewing skills are welcome to schedule a mock interview. An Internship & Career Programs career advisor will "interview" you in a realistic setting and provide feedback. To schedule a mock interview, please call the office and 704.337.2337.
Queens Alumni Mentoring Program
The Queens Alumni Mentoring Program is a forum where students connect with alumni for professional guidance. Log onto the Queens Online Job Board to seek an alumni mentor.
Computerized Career Assessments
Email Internship & Career Programs for access to assessments at email@example.com.
Graduate School Advising
Explore graduate school options with a career advisor. Learn more about applications, requirements, career planning and gaining a competitive edge.
Opportunities through Internship & Career Programs should not be deemed a warranty by Queens University of Charlotte of an employer's fitness or credentials. Queens University of Charlotte expressly disclaims any liability in connection with any contact which results from any applicant's response to any job or employer contact. For your privacy and protection when applying to a job, never give your social security number or other personal information you are not comfortable with to a prospective employer, provide credit card or bank account information, or perform any sort of monetary transaction. In addition, be sure to practice sound judgment when meeting employers. Be sure the meeting location is safe and professional.
All concerns and issues should be brought to the attention of the Internship & Career Programs office via email: firstname.lastname@example.org