The Career Development team meets individually with students to support career development. You can schedule an appointment to discuss resumes and cover letters, exploring majors and careers, interviewing and professional dress, how to find an internship or job, and much more. Our team partners closely with the Schools and Colleges at UNCG and serve as designated liaisons for those majors, but remain available to meet with all students in person, by phone, or via video conference. Stephanie Larson (, UNCG career coach and Liaison for the Bryan School of Business and Economics, shows us how easy it is to set up an appointment with their team before you graduate. Go to or click the graphic above to get started.

How To Get A Paid Internship

Dr. Pete Peters has given us a blueprint for landing desired and meaningful internships as students and beyond. Click the slides above for insightful tips from this session.

Great New Article by Linked-In Co-founder

Konstantin Guericke (Co-Founder of Linked-In) has written a great new article on the the importance of getting the founding team right for ( ). This and many other high quality articles and videos are available to you free of charge at

NC Arts Big Business-Statistics

A study released by Americans for the Arts, in partnership with the North Carolina Arts Council, shows that the nonprofit arts and culture sector in North Carolina generated $2.12 billion in direct economic activity and supported almost 72,000 full-time equivalent jobs in 2015.

“Not only do the arts fuel the mind and spirit, they fuel our economy,” Governor Roy Cooper said. “This study confirms that the arts bring jobs, income and visitors to North Carolina, and underscores the important role the North Carolina Arts Council plays in nurturing our creative economy.”

Entrepreneurship Organizations:

Family Business Organizations:

The most influential global network of thought leaders in the family enterprise field.

Non-profit association dedicated to the advancement of family business research.

Student Entrepreneurship Organizations:

Supporting more than 16,500 emerging collegiate entrepreneurs annually.

UNCG links:

Bryan School of Business and Economics

Library Databases – Entrepreneurship Resources

North Carolina Entrepreneurship Center

Spartan Careers – Handshake

Q/A on teaching credit classes for entrepreneurship research

Sara Pilling-Kellogg and Joe Rotondi help spur growth on Lewis Street

Business Plan Template

This guide from the U.S. Small Business Administration walks prospective small business owners through all the key elements of a business plan and includes business plan templates and information that is more up-to-date and better applicable in today’s small business climate. 

Student Experience Tumaini Johnson ENT 206 fall 2016: UNCG Entrepreneurship Program