Career Services

Career services

Internships. Jobs. Success. UNC Hussman Career Services assists undergraduate and master’s students with every aspect of career preparation. Students: Scroll below for information on how to make an appointment and lots of other helpful resources. Not receiving our twice-weekly career newsletter? Be sure to check your junk and spam folders. Employers: If you'd like to share a job or internship opportunity with our students, please email a brief job description and information on how to apply to  


Jay Eubank
Director of Career Services
160 Carroll Hall
Heather Stevenson
Assistant Director of Career Services
159 Carroll Hall




UNC Hussman Career Peers

Career Peers are undergraduate students who work directly with UNC Hussman Career Services to provide career assistance to other undergraduate students. Career Peers provide support on resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, portfolio sites and job/internship searches. Career Peers also assist in programming various student-focused events. 



Virtual Resources

UNC Hussman Career Services has an expansive array of online resources for student career development, including Hussman Connections with alumni and recordings with "Meet the Pros" media leaders.

Career Services Virtual Resources

First Destinations: Career Success

UNC Hussman Career Services collects information annually on "First Destinations" for recent graduates including where students land their first jobs or continue their education.  Check out the data below for comprehensive details on where grads are working and what types of positions they hold.



Mentorship Program


Career Treks


Internships for credit

The Mentorship Program supports the professional growth of students and allows alumni to help develop UNC's next generation of media and journalism industry leaders. 


During the fall and spring semesters, selected students participate in Career Treks across the United States and industry areas to learn from alumni and make connections in their career fields. 


"MEJO 393: Mass Communication Practicum" is a 1-credit hour, pass/fail, internship-for-credit course offered in the fall and spring semesters and the second session of summer school.