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Concord University launches first integrated career services website in the state

West Virginia Press Association

ATHENS, W.Va. – Concord University students will now have 24-7 access to AI-powered interview, cover letter, LinkedIn, and resume assistance through the first virtual integrated career services website in West Virginia. Resources, articles, blogs, and support designed specifically for student interests and career pathways will be available, and the platform will allow students to explore data trends and in-depth analysis on thousands of jobs and industries worldwide. In addition to Concord’s on-campus offerings, students will have access to career events across the country and can connect to employers offering everything from internships to long-term employment. Funding and support were made possible by the CU-Forward Title III Strengthening Institutions Program.

Amanda Banfield, student services specialist, says of this new resource, “We are so excited to launch our new Career Services webpage. The Title III team has worked hard behind the scenes to help create a space where students and alumni alike can thrive academically and professionally. We’re thrilled to give our community a more intuitive and user-friendly online experience with exciting new online learning resources designed to support them at any point in their career journey.”

For more information, visit careercenter.concord.edu

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