The Office of Career Services at the North Carolina School of the Arts provides students with a central resource for assistance with their career planning. It is designed to work hand-in-hand with the arts schools in supplementing career preparation training for students. As part of the Office of Alumni - Career Services - Outreach, Career Services combines its resources with those of the faculty, guest artists, and alumni to prepare students for a successful transition from school to careers as professional artists.
Students & Alumni: Search for current job opportunities and internships. Students should contact the Office of Career Services at (336) 631-1202 or email@example.com for login information. Alumni should use their Online Community login (contact the Alumni Office at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance).
Employers: To submit job postings for our online Career Center, please use this form.
The Office of Career Services of the North Carolina School of the Arts provides this information “AS IS” for personal use only and shall not be held responsible for any errors, delays or misrepresentations in the content.
Career Services offers students assistance in developing the skills necessary for pursuing a career as a working artist. Career counseling is available by appointment to students in general areas such as résumé and cover letter preparation, grants and proposals, networking, and interview and negotiation techniques. Because of the specialized nature of study at NCSA, students are also encouraged to seek specific career guidance from the faculty of their arts school.
Career Resource Center
Career Services has a library of resources available for research on a variety of career topics. Materials available include career opportunities in the arts, survival skills for the working artist, résumé tips and examples, national directories of arts organizations and job search techniques.
Browse through our collection of web links that we feel can help you in your field and your career search.
Alumni Mentors Program
The North Carolina School of the Arts Alumni Mentor Program has been created to assist current students with the transition from school to career through the valuable and varied experiences of our alumni. Through this program, students can contact alumni for assistance in a variety of ways, such as information about employment and life in their area and career advice based on their own experiences.
Entertainment Bureau/Applause Office
The Applause Office is a public service organization of the North Carolina School of the Arts. The Applause Office has a dual function: it is the student entertainment booking service, or "gig" office, and also coordinates educational outreach programs and community concerts.