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Career and Employment Resources Presents:

“Make Your Career Virtually Unstoppable”

Webinar Series

Sessions are free to prospective/enrolled students and alumni.

In the blink of an eye, we now live and work in an environment that’s primarily virtual.

Navigating your career under these circumstances requires changing your tactics and learning new techniques.

Led by industry experts, this webinar series will provide you with invaluable knowledge and effective practices to help make your career virtually unstoppable!

A Diverse and Inclusive Workplace in Action is the “The New Normal”

Tuesday, June 9 from 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Panelists: Red Hat professionals

Acing the Virtual Interview

Wednesday, June 10 from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Hosted by The Environmental Protection Agency

Creating a Resume and Digital Brand that Makes an Impact

Wednesday, June 10 from 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Hosted by Cisco

Building and Maintaining Connections in a Virtual World

Thursday, June 11 from 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Hosted by SAS

Register here:

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Spectrum Internet is hiring for full time Video Repair Customer Service Representatives:

-Full time roles


-Located in Morrisville

-Paid training


-Health benefits

-Education assistance

-Career progression


and inclusive workplace

To be considered you must complete the application and assessment. Use the link to apply. Job Req #261482BR

Apply at:

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Wake Tech is hosting a Virtual Business and Information Technology Career Fair on June 24 from 1:00pm - 4:00pm

-Build a high impact profile to promote your education and experience.

-Engage in 1 to 1 chat conversations with recruiters hiring within the Raleigh area.

-Participate using your phone, device, tablet, computer from virtually anywhere.

200 participant slots are available so register quickly.

Go to the website.

These remote internships are 6-10 weeks in length and may become in office, if conditions allow. Compensation is not guaranteed and you must have access to your own computer.


Assisting with various tasks in support of the engineering business

Duties: Data entry, taking meeting minutes, social media posting, creating reports, searching for and applying to grants

Desired skills: Engineering / Marketing /Grant writing and/or management experience

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Boys & Girls Clubs of North Central North Carolina - Part time

Duties: Data entry, taking meeting minutes, social media posting, creating reports, searching for and applying to grants

Desired skills: Data research & analytics / Grant writing and/or management experience / strong written communication skills

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Managing all aspects of translation & interpretation projects Assessing and distributing workloads to subcontractors and employees

Compare translation against original source text or audio to identify discrepancies. Correct formatting, numeric, and other written errors in order to finalize documents for clients

Balance multiple review projects and prioritize accordingly based upon deadlines Communicate larger quality concerns directly to project managers, so project managers can address appropriately

Desired skills: Previous government or non-profit experience / Strong communication skills

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Foundation for Human Development - Public Health Research and Education

Duties: Collect and collate health data from four state health laboratories and CDC on incidence of COVID-19 among people of color, primarily black and Hispanic. This is part of a qualitative and quantitative study on the impact of COVID among these underrepresented populations.

Desired skills: Strong writing, Comfortable with numbers, Data analysis, Familiar with medical terms

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Internship 2 at Foundation for Human Development

Duties: The intern will help with our Covid-19 community-based participatory research to study the impact of the pandemic on African Americans and other minorities. Help with looking at the CDC and state health labs data on incidence of the disease.

Desired skills: Data research & analytics /Strong written communication skills

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Help coordinate our 3rd Annual Drive Out Hunger Golf Outing taking place on July 27 at Prestonwood Country Club in Cary, NC. All proceeds of this golf outing will be used towards funding the five food pantries located throughout central and eastern NC. Intern would be to help with soliciting sponsorship, creating marketing and communications pieces, event coordination and event follow-up with sponsors.

Desired skills: Strong written communication skills

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Catholic charities internship 2

This intern would help tell the story of Catholic Charities services during COVID-19. Work would primarily consist of writing stories about volunteer efforts, staff efforts, and the impact services have on clients. The intern may also be asked occasionally to take photos associated with these stories. Work would primarily be conducted remotely, with only photography needing in person work.

Desired skills: Previous government or non profit experience / Strong communication skills

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You Can Vote (YCV) is a nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) nonprofit and works to register, educate, and empower eligible NC voters. YCV is looking for Wake Tech students to play a leadership role in organizing the campus for the 2020 election, facilitating nonpartisan voter education and registration, and building community networks. Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, all work will be done remotely from home until campus reopens and it is safe to begin in-person activities. Civics Fellows will learn new tools for remote organizing and acquire valuable skills in nonprofit management, CRM databases, and leadership. This position offers excellent experience for students preparing for careers in nonprofits, community organizing, law and government, and business. The Fellowship also includes professional development workshops with policy and nonprofit leaders.

Civics Fellows will be leaders in 2020. How will you make a difference for your community this year?

Compensation: Fellows will receive a stipend in return for ~10 hours/week commitment at $15 per hour or $150 maximum a week. Some nights/weekend hours required, but schedule, hours, and start/end dates are flexible. Summer & Fall opportunities available.

Skills and Experience: No experience is needed! All YCV Civics Fellows must be willing to learn and comply with all nonpartisan voter registration laws. You are a fit for this fellowship if you have

? A deep interest in social, economic, and political justice in North Carolina

? Strong verbal communication skills

? Demonstrated ability to take initiative and exercise good judgment

People of color and individuals from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnic background, citizenship status, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, or disability.

To apply, please email your resume and a brief cover letter outlining your interest in voter registration and engagement to Becki Fernandez, Wake County Campus Coordinator, at Please also reach out with questions!

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