At NU, we understand that your desire to earn a degree is only part of the story. You also want to enter a career. We're here to help you in a variety of ways. From career services, to internships, to leadership opportunities and more, you'll find staff, faculty, and programs all working together to open the door to your professional success.
The Northwest University Vocation and Occupation Center (NUVO) serves students by helping them to discern their life calling. NUVO's experienced advisors will show you how your natural strengths can be best applied in a job setting. NUVO will help you form meaningful relationships with community businesses and organizations. And with NU's vibrant alumni community, you'll connect with an abundance of networking opportunities.
Other services offered by NUVO:
Internships are a great way to get real-world experience in the job market. That's why at NU, over 70% of our students are involved in internships. Students find that these internships help them apply all that they are learning in practical ways. It gives them the experience that employers are looking for. And it connects them with companies that may one day say, "You're hired!"
At a large school, it's easy to get lost in the crowd. At NU, you'll find lots of opportunities to step forward, lead, and get noticed—from student government, to ministry opportunities, to a ton of campus activities. Stepping forward may seem a little daunting at first, but you'll do so in a supportive environment. And you might just discover strengths and abilities you didn't know you had.
Ways to Lead:
We offer entire courses with a singular goal: to help connect the person you are—your strengths, calling, passions, and personality—with the right vocation. The courses are designed to help you better understand who God has made you to be, and to align that identity with a career. You'll learn from the experience of various speakers. You'll discuss essential issues with classmates. And you'll gain greater clarity about the vocation that's right for you.
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