Career Development Month


As our economy grows, the vast majority of new jobs require more than a high school diploma. Completing the FAFSA can help you pay for college or career school to help you to realize your dreams. It’s the gateway to more than $150 billion in college grants, work-study funds, and federal student loans, as well as certain state-based aid. Get started.


Learn more about Career Development from the North Carolina Career Development Association (NCCDA) and participate in the 55th Annual Poetry and Art Contest (categories for all ages including 18 and up).


Find additional resources and information from the National Career Development Association

Is it too early to think about Career Development? Learn more

Why should I see my school’s Career Development Coordinator (CDC)? Learn more

Where can I go for Career Development Assistance if I am in a College of University? Learn More

Where can I get help with career development if I am not in school?  Learn more


Career Development Month Declaration