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The mission of the Fayetteville State University Office of Career Services is to guide students and alumni in achieving career satisfaction. We endeavor to meet our mission by assisting our students and alumni to make optimal use of their knowledge, skills and abilities.
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Bronco Career Link is a national job database where students can register and review jobs. Click here to get started.
JOBS, JOBS, JOBS! Click on the "Jobs Now" booklet below for a list of employment opportunities locally and worldwide.
We look forward to serving our students and employer partners and encourage you to contact us at (910) 672-1205 with questions.
Welcome to the Office of Career Services website. Whether you are a current student, an employer, a parent/guardian of a current student, faculty member or an alumni, we hope that these resources will be helpful to you. We strive to empower our students to make evidence based decisions for their career and professional development. To aid them, we provide opportunities for them to enhance their career development competency through workshops, seminars, career fairs and on-campus interviewing.
We recognize that there are numerous activities taking place on our campus and that students have busy schedules. We hope that the resources on our website will assist you in beginning with the end in mind by planning your time wisely so that you may be able to participate in our programs and activities while attending Fayetteville State University. We look forward to you visiting the Office of Career Services.
Helene A. Cameron, MBA
Director of Career Services & Business Manager for the Division of Student Affairs
Click here to see our full menu of career and professional development offerings for students and FSU alumni.
Disclaimer: The Office of Career Services makes no representations or guarantees about positions listed on its web site, in the Office of Career Services and shared with students and alumnus via electronic media; and is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions or other aspects of employment. It is the student/alumnus responsibility for all necessary precautions when interviewing for or accepting positions and he/she is solely responsible for obtaining necessary information concerning the employer. Career Services abides by the principles set forth by NACE.
Career Spotlight Series
Read what students and alumni are saying about their experience with the Office of Career Services.
Congratulations to Jared James and Sean Russell on your selection to attend the National Urban League's Black Executive Exchange Program Student Leadership Conference.