Graduate Student Resources
We offer assistance and resources for graduate students looking to better achieve their professional goals after receiving their advanced degrees. Each of these services can be offered both on-campus and online to meet the needs of our campus and distance students.
Nistler CoBPA Internship Program
Nistler CoBPA works to provide experiential-learning opportunities that help students connect classroom learning with the professional world. Email the Pancratz Center to learn more about how to get started.
Jobs & Internships
The Pancratz Center posts openings to the Pancratz Center Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn accounts.
The University of North Dakota has joined Handshake, an online service that helps connect students looking for work experience with employers that are eager to hire ambitious students. Employers can post full-time jobs, co-op, or internship positions available to UND students and graduates.
LinkedIn & Social Media Review
The Pancratz Center can review or help Nistler CoBPA graduate students set up professional looking LinkedIn pages. We can also review social media settings for other sites, looking for things that may be potential red flags to employers.
Meetings with a Pancratz Staff Member
Have further questions about how your graduate degree can help you attain your professional goals? Stop into the Pancratz Center or go to Starfish to schedule an in-person, Zoom, or Microsoft Teams meeting with one of our staff members.
On-Site or Remote Interviewing
Graduate Students are welcome to use the interview rooms in the Student Engagement Hub for remote job interviews. The interview rooms provide a professional setting to speak to company representatives who are located remotely. To reserve a room, contact us at UND.pancratzcenter@UND.edu or stop by the front desk of the Student Engagement Hub in Nistler Room 101.
Resume & Cover Letter Review
Graduate Students may visit the Center to discuss resume and cover letter writing strategies or to have their documents reviewed and critiqued by a Pancratz Center staff member.