Careers. Connections. Networks.
Your career after UNC can take you anywhere - from an urban classroom in Denver, to a Broadway stage in New York City. But no matter where life takes you, you'll always be a Bear and we'll always be here. Here to connect you to the advisors, resources and programs which will help you launch (or relaunch) your career. Here when you're ready to celebrate your career success. Here when you're ready to help the next generation of Bears do the same. That's what we see as the professional power of your Bear Network.
Connect your Career
The Bear Network is filled with alumni career advisors ready to discuss your career ideas, review your résumé or help with industry interviews - connect easily and conveniently through UNC Connect or Success Looks Like ME (now online).
BEAR NETWORK LIVE
Gain and share career advice on our blog, connect with fellow alumni through our LinkedIn group, search for or post a job through our online portal, or connect with the UNC Bear Network near you.
View one of more than 500 career webinars on UNC Connect, attend a career fair, build your résumé or cover letter, update your information, give back in support of fellow bears, or connect with Career Services.
Now is the time to connect your career to the UNC Bear Network. If you require specific assistance or wish to discuss your involvement in the Bear Network, please contact email@example.com or (970) 351-2551.
Career fairs and employment events happen throughout the year. Register for an attend an upcoming event, connect with employers who want to hire UNC Bears, and benefit from your UNC education.
Spring 2017 University Job and Internship Fair
February 16, 2017 | Learn more
Spring 2017 Teacher Employment Days Fair
April 6-7, 2017 | Learn more
Alumni Career Highlight
Tangier Barnes Wright
Africana Studies, minor in Environmental Studies '05
Director of Transportation Programs, Groundworks Denver
Alumni Career Advisor: UNC Connect
Tangier Barnes Wright grew up riding bikes, climbing trees and playing in Colorado's South Platte River with her sister. On family vacations, though, the would head to big cities: New York. Indianapolis. Cleveland. Barnes Wright fell in love with the way big cities worked - the roads, sidewalks, store fronts, delivery trucks, pedestrians - while also loving the quiet streets and fresh air of the country. It is a background that inspires her career as a urban planner helping Denver residents who are disproportionately impacted by pollution, soil contamination and poorly designed infrastructure.
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