Alumni Career Services
Connect Your Career to the UNC Bear Network
UNC's Bear Network is the global community of more than 130,000 alumni and friends representing different cities, different class years, and different careers. Connect to the Bear Network through a regional alumni group, alumni employer or alumni career advisor to launch and advance your career after UNC. For alumni looking to give back, the Bear Network provides an opportunity to support the career success of fellow Bears through volunteering, on-campus recruiting, and network development.
Students & Alumni
Prepare and Connect
When you put the UNC Bear Network to work, the challenges that come with career launch and transition don't have to feel as daunting. Get the advice you need, create genuine career connections, and access valuable resources and insight from UNC Career Services and your Alumni Association.
Alumni Volunteers & Employers
Advise and Recruit
Alumni and friends can get involved by recruiting and hiring fellow Bears, posting open positions on Handshake, connecting your professional network to UNC through introductions and partnerships, and by sharing your career expertise with current students and recent graduates.
Participate in an upcoming alumni career program to access Bear Network resources and to connect to fellow Bears, career counselors, or potential employers. Take advantage of the unique connections your network offers you on campus, online or onsite.
Alumni Career Panel
Next Event: April 11
Topic: Careers in Government and Public Service
Online Career Chat
Next Event: March 13
Topic: Career & Industry Transitions
Next Event: February 21
Spring Job, Internship and Grad School Fair
Recent Graduates Reporting Employment, Continuing Education, Voluntary Service, or Military Service
6-Month Placement Rate for Bachelor Degree Holders
6-Month Placement Rate for Graduate Degree Holders
Placement rates based on 2016-2017 Undergraduate and Graduate Alumni Survey
Alumni work in a variety of professions and industries including:
Education, Business Development, Operations, Sales, Healthcare, Community and Social Services, Information Technology, Finance, Administration, Arts and Design.
Bears Go Big
UNC Bears go out into the world to do BIG and significant work. Meet Christina Randle, who earned her UNC bachelor’s degree in Elementary and Secondary Teaching in 2003 and was named Colorado Teacher of the Year in 2018.
Teaching is so much more than just delivering content to the kids.