When it comes to competing for professional opportunities, engaging with the Gillings School Career Services office ensures that you are among the best-prepared candidates in the marketplace. Preparation is critical to career success. We begin working with students so they are ready for the challenges of a diverse, global workplace. It means having the abilities that give you a competitive edge – and helping you achieve results is a cornerstone of our mission.

Some of the services that we provide are:

  • Career decision-making and assessments
  • Resume/CV and cover letter critiques
  • Interviewing
  • Salary negotiation
  • Networking
  • Job and internship search resources

Make an Appointment

To schedule an appointment, please follow the directions below:

For Current Students:

You can make an appointment by going onto our Handshake website and selecting the [APPOINTMENT] tab at the top of the page. To make an appointment with a Gillings School career professional you can choose the option “Gillings School Career Appointment” to meet with Camille G. Mason (bio), Career Services Specialist.

For Alumni:

Please use Camille Mason’s Calendly page to schedule a 60-minute appointment.

Camille Mason

Camille Mason

Contact Camille Mason, Career Services Specialist

StrengthsFinder: Input, Includer, Empathy, Positivity, Futuristic

Camille G. Mason received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and her Master of Education from Winthrop University. Ms. Mason is experienced in providing comprehensive career services to a diverse population of students; her areas of expertise include career development, job search and graduate school preparation, and exploration of majors.

Greg Bocchino

Dr. Greg Bocchino

Contact Greg Bocchino, Director of Student Services

StrengthsFinder: Strategic, Input, Responsibility, Analytical, Futuristic

Dr. Bocchino, who received his doctorate in counseling and human development from the University of Rochester, has worked for the New York City Board of Education, The State University of New York, The University of Louisville and The University of Kentucky.

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