Distance Career Counseling

Career counseling at WPU is now just a few clicks away.

WPU offers distance career counseling to its students and alumni as an innovative feature of the University’s Career Services department. Our experienced counselors conduct counseling and job search coaching far beyond your college career. Whether you’re an alumni or current student, you get our personal service for life.

Distance counseling offers students and alumni the unique ability to work remotely with a counselor on any number of career building services, such as:

  • Assessment reviews
  • Resume and cover letter creation and review
  • Job search coaching
  • LinkedIn assistance

Make a Distance Career Counseling Appointment

Hear Barbara Efird, Director of Career Services, explain Distance Career Counseling at WPU

“It’s always really nice to know that when I am ready to move on to a different career I can always rely on Peace to help me through the process. It’s encouraging that the one-on-one support I was able to obtain while enrolled at Peace will continue in my life as an alumni no matter how far away I go. That safety net will always be there when I need it.”

Beth Ann Mills ’13
Special Needs Teacher in Mobile, AL

How Does Distance Career Counseling Work?

Distance career counseling is another step taken by WPU to continue its effort to be at the forefront of career counseling innovation. Career Services counselors will use Zoom, a secure video conferencing program approved by the NCDA Ethics Committee.

Zoom can be used specifically for students and alumni who are not available for on-campus career counseling or who may live outside of the Raleigh area. Students or alumni can email careercenter@peace.edu and request an appointment (even after hours) using Zoom.

According to the National Career Development Association (NCDA), distance counseling has been growing steadily in popularity over the past few years at most major institutions. The NCDA attributes convenience and participant anonymity as reasoning for the program’s increase of interest.

Office of Career Services
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