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Careers

We prepare students to pursue successful career paths and connect employers with well-trained talent. Put us to work for you.

Welcome to CALS Career Services

Demand for CALS grads is stronger than ever. USDA forecasts that the agriculture and food industries need 57,900 new graduates a year; the nation’s agricultural colleges currently produce only 35,400. In North Carolina alone, we’re looking for 1,100 more students in our four-year degree programs and 90 more in our two-year Agricultural Institute degree programs.

Six months after graduation, 68% of our graduates were either working in their chosen field or attending graduate or professional school. Roughly 80% of all CALS graduates and 91% of AGI graduates have jobs in agriculture and food industries.

We can help put your CALS degree to work.

Ag and food industries need 57,900 new graduates a year.

50% in Business Management
12% in Agriculture Education, Communication or Policy/Regulation
27% in STEM fields

Contact CALS Career Services

Woman making donation to CALS online while at local coffeshop.CALS Career Services Office provides students with the necessary tools to make the transition from college to career.

Contact Sara Lane, CALS Director of Career Services, or make an appointment using ePack.