As you plan your career in pharmacy, CNUCOP's Career Services website will direct you to a wealth of information including developing a resume/CV, writing a cover letter, exploring career options in pharmacy, searching for an internship, learning how to interview, developing networking and professional contacts, and more!
Career Services organizes special events throughout the year including our annual Internship & Job Expo, Career Fair for graduating students, employer information sessions, and career-related workshops.
Current students and alumni may schedule a session with the Career Services Coordinator for the following services:
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact our via email Career Services Coordinator or call (916) 686-8027.
Determining a career path in pharmacy can be an exciting and challenging process. It is vital that you select a career that fits your personality, values, and strengths. APhA Career Pathway Evaluation Program offers an online self-assessment tool that will assist you with your career development. For more information about the Program, please visit APhA Career Pathway Evaluation Program for Pharmacy Professionals*. To take the self-assessment, please click on the following link: http://www.pharmacist.com/pathway_survey
There are so many exciting career opportunities in pharmacy. To learn more about what you can do with a PharmD, click on the following profiles (You will be directed to APhA website):
MyFolio is a component of E*Value that allow students to collect and share detailed information about their academic and professional accomplishments. It is a virtual filling cabinet that may be accessed anytime and anywhere. MyFolio is a versatile tool used for tracking progress through program curriculum and developing curriculum vitae (CV). For more information about E*Value or MyFolio, please visit https://www.e-value.net/ or Email COP.Career.Coordinator@cnsu.edu.
The short film was developed to facilitate introductory discussions about the United States Public Health Services (USPHS) with general audiences, as well as, those interested in learning more about the Commissioned Corps. It raises awareness of the cross-discipline diversity, history, mission, and core values of the USPHS.