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Just because you’re long past high school graduation or you can’t even remember your first job interview, it doesn’t mean you’ve outgrown the need for career development services. Everyone can use a little help taking the next step in their careers, whether it’s deciding which direction to go, freshening up a résumé or getting the inside track to a job opportunity. Most adult online students are happy to have the support, with 77 percent taking advantage of their schools’ career services.

Averett University has invested a lot in making sure our students have access to the support they need.

Averett University has invested a lot in making sure our students have access to the support they need. We provide:

  • personalized career advice,
  • résumé reviews and
  • webinars on career development and advancement.

We’re also part of the Center for Community Engagement & Career Competitiveness (CCECC), which works with employers and other partners to provide support, resources, counseling and networking to Averett University students and alumni.

“We do so many things throughout the year to help our students reach their goals,” says Angie McAdams, Averett’s director of Career Development. “We host an annual Career Expo, conduct job fairs, facilitate mentoring partnerships, offer skills training and deliver workshops to prepare students for the future. We want to make sure they leave Averett not just with a degree, but with a clear plan and resources to start a new career, move up in their current career or make more money for themselves and their families.”

 

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Angie McAdams serves as the Director of Career Development. To schedule an appointment, please visit www.averettgpsscheduling.as.me/mcadams. For questions, please contact her directly at amcadams@averett.edu or 434-791-5629.

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