The Office of Personal and Career Development (OPCD) is here to help you navigate the college-to-career process and get started on the right track from your first days on campus. Many resources are available, including career coaching, self-assessments, workshops, tools, opportunities to meet and interview with all types of employers, and much more.
In conjunction with the department of education, the OPCD offers career courses, for credit, in which you can learn what you need to know about the entire career development process. Numerous programs and resources are also available to help you learn about mentoring, as well as personal, professional and career development.
Check out our website or schedule an appointment through Handshake to meet with a coach to get a start on identifying your path. It’s never too early to start getting career ready! opcd.wfu.edu
That is what we want you to do, both in work and life. From day one as a first-year, the Office of Personal and Career Development encourages you to be engaged, not just with us, but with clubs, campus organizations and the Wake Forest community. Choose to explore — think outside the norm, attend career fairs, meet with employers, volunteer, intern and build professional relationships.
Our doors are open for all students. We want you to excel, to be educated with knowledge to gain clarity about your career path, equipped with the tools to succeed and empowered to achieve all of your goals. OPCD tools like Handshake offer you an opportunity to match your skills and interests with an increasing pool of over 12,000 job and internship opportunities. To get started, stop by our office in Reynolda Hall, make an appointment with a career coach, participate in a Career Trek, sign up for a college-to-career class or visit opcd.wfu.edu.