On the path to success
Our mission is to teach students and alumni lifelong skills for the career development process. We also strive to assist them in reaching personal excellence, virtue and a productive life.
The first step in the career development process is to first assess your personality, interests, skills, faith, and personal values, to determine how they fit in with desired careers. The path to personal and professional success starts with these questions and will help you decide on careers that provide you with the stability, success, and happiness that are essential to a productive life.
The Focus assessment tool is a web-based program that examines your personality, interests, skills, and values, and provides feedback to begin the career exploration process. The use of the Focus system should be accompanied by an appointment with Stephannie Miles in Career Services, to fully maximize the experience.
*Contact Career Services for the institutional key code and to set a follow-up appointment.
Belmont Abbey College is now partnering with Handshake, a career management platform, to help you discover new career paths and find amazing jobs and internships.
Please make plans to join us for the Fall 2020 Virtual Career Fair, which is open to all current students and alumni. For more information about these career fairs, please visit go.uncc.edu/FallFair.
When:October 8th, 11am-3pm – Business Communications; Education and Service
October 9th, 11am-3pm – Science; Technology; Engineering; Math; and Health Administration
Where: Online at go.uncc.edu/FallFair
The best way to make a decision about your post-college plans is to have solid information. Just as you would research what car to buy or which phone is right for you. You need to become an informed consumer of career options.
Each Fall, Belmont Abbey hosts a Career Fair which provides the opportunity to:
- See what types of employers hire Liberal Arts college students and graduates;
- Learn what types of positions are out there for you
- Meet and Greet representatives from companies
- Network with employers for future employment opportunities
- Gain knowledge about the hiring process
- See which companies are looking for interns
How: Register on the Virtual Fair Platform
- Candidates will need to register for an account (for free) in order to participate
- Candidates can attend either or both days of the fair
- Candidate Registration will be open by mid August
Who knows? You may even get a chance to interview with a company that day!
What is a resume? It is a personalized marketing tool. In your one-on-one meeting with a career counseling professional, we will go over the nuts and bolts of creating a stellar resume that represents you. Learn how to showcase your best skills and experiences in a way that caters to the employer. We will also assist you in writing a dynamic cover letter teaching you how to address the needs of the company and present yourself as an asset.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a resume/cover letter critique.
Practice makes perfect. During your mock interview, we will review commonly asked questions, interview etiquette, different types of interviews, and offer feedback on your responses. Learn how to utilize STAR stories, the importance of company research and more.
Contact us at email@example.com to schedule a mock interview.
Finding a job is a job and we’re here to help! Our staff is here to assist you in every aspect of the job search process including identifying potential employers, resume and cover letter development, interviewing skills, networking, proper work attire, following up with employers, and composing thank you notes. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
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All available internships and part time and full-time job opportunities sent to Belmont Abbey College will be posted online.
You may also post your resume online, in a secure system, for employers to search and for permanent and safe storage of your resumes, cover letters, and credential documents.
Resume & Cover Letter
Graduate School Information
Job & Internship Search
Hosting an intern is a great way to scout out new talent and we aren’t the only ones who think so. Over 90% of employers use internships as a recruitment method for hiring new employees. Not only is it a great way to screen potential candidates, but employers enjoy the energy and fresh ideas that come from working with students. It’s also a great way to give back to the community by providing students with awesome, hands-on experience in a professional setting. At Belmont Abbey College, we encourage experiential education and believe in maintaining the lasting relationships that stem from it.
For more information about our Internship Program, please click the “Internships” section above.
Belmont Abbey College will assist employers with on-campus recruiting and interviewing. This includes announcing recruiting events and setting up interview rooms and times.
On-campus recruiting is offered in a casual, non-competitive setting, allowing employers to meet current students and potential interns/employees with an Information Table in the Student Commons.
To participate in on-campus recruiting and interviewing events, contact Stephannie Miles in Career Services at 704-461-6873 or StephannieMiles@bac.edu.
Are you still searching for that stellar candidate to fill your vacancy? Let us help! Our office sends out a bi-weekly job list to over 200+ current students and alumni. Jobs on the list include both full-time and part-time openings, as well as, internship opportunities located in the Mecklenburg/Gaston area and beyond.