Answering the call you were destined for!

Welcome to your virtual career center. The career center mission is to educate, advise and encourage students to grow spiritually, intellectually, socially, physically and professionally through diverse experiences. The career center helps build relationships with students and alumni to improve your employability and gain experience outside of the classroom.

♦♦ How to Avoid Job Scam ♦♦


Before you accept a job offer, take these steps to avoid common job scams:

  • Search online. Look up the name of the company or the person who’s hiring you, plus the words “scam,” “review,” or “complaint.” See if others say they’ve been scammed by that company or person. No complaints? It doesn’t guarantee that a company is honest, but complaints can tip you off to possible problems.
  • Talk to someone you trust. Describe the offer to them. What do they think? This also helps give you vital time to think about the offer.
  • Don’t pay for the promise of a job. Honest employers, including the federal government, will never ask you to pay to get a job. Anyone who does is a scammer.
  • Never bank on a “cleared” check. No honest potential employer will ever send you a check to deposit and then tell you to send on part of the money, or buy gift cards with it. That’s a fake check scam. The check will bounce, and the bank will want you to repay the amount of the fake check.

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The key to success begins with self:

self-motivation, self-actualization, & self-driven.

~ Dr. Durrell



Employment News

~ Marta is having a job fair Jan. 25, 1pm – 5pm at their headquarters, 2424 Piedmont Rd. NE. Visit for openings.

~Check the Job Board for more openings.

~Check Student Employment for Internships.

Career Tips

~Be sure you are on track with your College Career Roadmap

~ You are one “Yes” from a major change.

~ Career Basics 101 – Something is better than nothing. Have a resume template no matter how vague!

~ Freshman Career Goals are to learn Point and all its resources available to you.

~Seniors: Are you in need of a job after graduation! Contact Dr. Durrell for Work Base Learning and On the Job Training

~ Haven’t selected a major yet, use this link to get started on career exploration! Once complete, send your results to Dr. Durrell for a virtual career consultation.