Eastern North Carolina Career Alliance (ENCCA)
2019 Career Fair

Members

ENCCA Member Schools and Contact Information

Barton College
Angie Walston, Assistant Dean of Student Success
amwalston@barton.edu
(252) 399-6378

Located in Wilson, North Carolina, Barton College is an academic community of approximately 1,130 students and 200 faculty and staff. Nationally recognized for its programs in education, deaf education, nursing and social work and its championship athletics teams, the school maintains a close-knit atmosphere and emphasizes individual attention and engaged learning. The Office of Student Success provides both academic and career services to Barton College students and alumni. Some of the provided career services include career advising, resume/personal statement review, interest assessments, mock interviewing, and maintaining the online job posting board. The office also provides a variety of workshops for students on topics like LinkedIn, internships, and graduate school prep to help them prepare for life after graduation.

Campbell University
Dr. Yasmine Farley, Director, Career Services
ENCCA Treasurer
farley@campbell.edu
(910) 814-5707

The mission of Campbell University is to graduate students with exemplary academic and professional skills who are prepared for purposeful lives and meaningful service. The University is informed and inspired by its Baptist heritage and three basic theological and biblical presuppositions: learning is appointed and conserved by God as essential to the fulfillment of human destiny; in Christ all things consist and find ultimate unity; and the Kingdom of God in this world is rooted and grounded in Christian community. The University embraces the conviction that there is no conflict between the life of faith and the life of inquiry. The Office of Student Success at Campbell University exists to support students as they work to fulfill their individual, academic and professional potential by providing developmentally appropriate resources. Through collaboration with faculty, staff and alumni, we work to create a supportive and challenging environment where students can develop the confidence, competence and responsibility to achieve their goals.

Meredith College
Katie Nagel, Career Development Coordinator
nagelkat@meredith.edu
(919) 760-2344

With an enrollment of approximately 2000 students, Meredith College in Raleigh, NC, is one of the largest private colleges for women in the Southeast. Meredith awards baccalaureate degrees in Arts, Sciences, Social Work, and Music, and master's degrees in Business Administration, Nutrition, and Education. Professional certification programs include Teacher Education Licensure, Legal Assistance, and Dietetics. At Meredith, all students learn to enhance their strengths, broaden their perspectives and prepare for lives of impact and distinction. The Office of Career Planning is a full service office that provides a vital link between students and employers. Staff assists students and alumnae in making career decisions. Employers receive assistance in sourcing candidates through multiple initiatives: career fairs, on-campus interviews, cooperative education, internships, job postings, resume referral, faculty involvement, and individualized attention. For more information, employers are invited to contact Career Planning or visit the employer web page: www.meredith.edu/careerplanning. Simply email or call, and we will develop a strategy for you.

Methodist University
Dr. Antoinette P. Bellamy, Associate Dean of Students & Director of Career Services
abellamy@methodist.edu
(910) 630-7257

Methodist University was chartered November 1, 1956 as a senior, coeducational liberal arts college. Today the University serves approximately 2,400 students. The student body includes persons of diverse ages and nationalities, representing 41 states and 53 foreign countries. The University offers bachelor's degrees in over 80 fields of study including communications, justice studies, business administration, education, and social work. New majors and concentrations recently added include interdisciplinary studies of clandestine labs, church leadership, and radio communications. The University offers four master's degree programs: the Master of Medical Science in physician assistant studies, the Master of Business Administration in organizational management and leadership or health care administration, the Master of Justice Administration, and the Master of Education in literacy or special education. The University currently offers one doctoral program, the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) and will add the Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) in 2018. The Office of Career Services supports the mission of the division of Student Affairs and provides career services and resources to all students and alumni from the first year of college to graduation and beyond. The Career Services Office guides and instructs students and alumni in the development of the skills necessary to obtain employment and work satisfaction, to succeed in a diverse and rapidly changing workforce, and to manage their life-long career strategies.

North Carolina Wesleyan College
Kenneth Dickerson, Coordinator of Internships & Employer Relations
KDickerson@ncwc.edu
(252) 985-5438

North Carolina Wesleyan College, Rocky Mount, NC, founded in 1956, is an independent, liberal arts college affiliated with The United Methodist Church. Wesleyan enrolls approximately 1,000 students on the Rocky Mount campus and a little over 1,000 adult students at its 9 Adult Degree Program locations in Brunswick, Goldsboro, Greenville, Manteo, Raleigh-Durham (classes at Wake Tech and NCDPS), Rocky Mount, Washington, Whiteville, and Wilmington. The student body is one of the three most diverse in the South, according to U.S. News & World Report. Wesleyan offers Bachelor of Arts degrees in Chemistry, Criminal Justice, English, Entertainment/Theatre, History, Mathematics, Political Science, Pre-Law, Psychology, Religious Studies, and Sociology. Bachelor of Science degrees are offered in Accounting, Biology, Business Administration (Concentration in Entrepreneurship), Chemistry, Computer Information Systems, Educational Studies, Elementary Education, Environmental Science, Exercise Science, Marketing, Mathematics, Middle Grades Education, Organizational Administration, Special Education. Students may prepare for Secondary Education certification in Biology, English, History, Mathematics, and Social Science. The Internship and Career Services Center (ICSC) compliments the academic program of the College by offering a variety of services that allows students to assess their skills and abilities, make the major declaration, and explore and prepare for the world of work. These services include an Internship Program, Career Development Workshop series, Career Conversations speaker series, Career Mentor Program, Resume Critiques, Mock Interviews, Job Fairs, career exploration tools, online job listings, and a resource library. For more information visit http://www.ncwc.edu/student-affairs/icsc/.

Saint Augustine’s University
Dr. Cindy Register Love, Dean of Professional Development and Career Services
clove@st-aug.edu
(919) 516-5082

Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) was established in 1867 in Raleigh, N.C. SAU is a four-year liberal arts university with an average enrollment of approximately 1,100. SAU offers more than 25 undergraduate degree programs and is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Our mission is to sustain a learning community in which students can prepare academically, socially and spiritually for leadership in a complex, diverse and rapidly changing world. SAU’s vision is to be nationally recognized as a comprehensive institution with high performing students, renowned faculty, focused community engagement and a strong alumni base of change agents. Students will have the opportunity to select a major from one of the following schools: The School of Business, Management and Technology, the School of Liberal Arts and Humanities, the School or Sciences, Mathematics and Public Health, and the School of Social Behavioral Sciences. The Belk Professional Development and Career Service Center works in concert with faculty members to explore career pathways for students as well as assist with integrating career applications into the curricula. The Center serves as the official campus liaison between job seekers and employers. The staff offers 1:1 coaching, career planning, workshops, job search assistance, and career marketing events for students and alumni seeking opportunities in internships, coops, full-time and/or part-time positions. The College Central Network job portal is used to provide students with employment outlooks, and on-line webinars to navigate their career paths through a rapidly changing highly interdependent world of networks and opportunities.

Shaw University
(919) 278-2672/2673

Shaw University, is the first historically black university in the Southern United States. Shaw is a private liberal arts institution affiliated with the Baptist Church and among the oldest HBCUs in the nation. Founded in 1865, our University has a rich history steeped in tradition, activism and service. We were the first college in North Carolina to offer a four-year medical school; the first institution of higher learning established for freedmen after the Civil War and the first historically Black College in the nation to open its doors to women.

The University of Mount Olive
Laurica Yancey, Director of Career Services
ENCCA Chair
LYancey@umo.edu
(919) 658-7750

The University of Mount Olive is a private institution rooted in the liberal arts traditions with locations in Mount Olive, Goldsboro, Jacksonville, New Bern, the Research Triangle Park, Washington and Wilmington, North Carolina. The College is helping to transform the lives of more than 700 traditional students and over 3800 working adults in a friendly, Christian environment. The Career Services office, located within the Henderson Building, assists students and alumni with identifying and clarifying career objectives, teaching skills and strategies for conducting a successful job search, and providing resources and events to assist with locating graduate school and professional positions. Students are encouraged to begin the career planning process during their first academic session and continue to use career development resources after graduation. Job and internships postings are maintained on-line through the College Central Network. For more information: https://www.umo.edu/student-life/career-services.

William Peace University
Shelly Hoover-Plonk, Ed.D, Associate Director of Career Services
rmhoover-plonk@peace.edu
(919) 508-2007

William Peace University (formerly Peace College) is a liberal arts and sciences co-educational college offering four-year baccalaureate degrees in a variety of programs designed to give students the education and skills you need to build successful lives and careers. We offer 26 majors, and a wide variety of minor options.We have been ranked # 1 for internships according to US News and World Report. All students complete a graded academic internship program. Over half of our interns report they have received employment offers due to their internship program over the past five years. The class of 2015 reported a 96% placement rate in jobs or further education twelve month after graduation (75% of graduates responded.) Career Services offers employers the opportunity to post internship and full time or part time positions through our job posting system - www.collegecentral.com/peace, on campus interviews or information tables throughout the year. We serve our traditional students, alumni and students and graduates of our School of Professional Studies. To become a partner with William Peace University Career Services for your employment and recruitment needs please contact careercenter@peace.edu or visit our website.

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