State of North Carolina Virtual Entry-Level Career Expo Wednesday, April 6, 2022 |10 am-2 pm | NC Office of Human Resources – NC.GOV (.gov)

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The event is a collaboration between the NC Office of State Human Resources (OSHR), the Higher Education to North Carolina Government Careers (Ed2NC) program and the Volcker Alliance’s Government-to-University Initiative (G2U). This will be a great opportunity for participants to network with recruiters to learn more about jobs available at state government agencies and the University of North Carolina System Office, including career opportunities in their industry or field of study.
Additionally, to support successful application for state government jobs, we will present live 20-minute information sessions at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. on how to create an online profile, set alerts in your career field, and submit a state application form. We’ll also share tips how to recognize key terms in a job posting that may be used to screen qualified applicants and how to ensure you have fully documented your skills and experience. When you click “submit,” we want you to feel confident that you have done your best to stand out among other job applicants.
The State of North Carolina Virtual Entry-Level Career Expo will use cloud-based features to connect registrants directly with recruiters from their home, office, smartphone or tablet. After signing in, you’ll be able to explore the available information and opportunities, participate in one-on-one text-based chats with recruiters (sharing your background and experience to learn about related opportunities), and get all your questions answered.
Participating State Agencies
Department of Natural & Cultural Resource
Department of Justice 
Department of Public Safety
 
 
 
 
Department of Health and Human Services 

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