Career Center

Photo of Career Center Building in Spring

Welcome to the NJCU Career Center!

About the Career Center

The Career Center is a part of the Office of Academic Career Planning of Placement/Cooperative Education and provides comprehensive services and resources to assist with researching careers, finding job opportunities, preparing for graduate school, improving resume writing and interviewing skills, and landing appropriate internships for career advancement. We have the information and links that will help you with your job search and career development needs.

Events and Contact


Contact Us

Mr. Christopher Cofone, Assistant Director, Career Center
Ms. Nancy Gomez, Professional Specialist IV, Career Center

Vodra Hall, Room 101
Phone: 201-200-3005/6 or 800-624-1046
Fax: 201-200-3229

Office Hours
Monday-Friday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Summer Hours: Monday-Thursday: 8:00 am -5:15 pm

Career tools for students, alumni, and employers:

Gothic Knight Career Link

Forage offers virtual experience programs for NJCU students. Develop your skills and obtain more information about different careers and jobs by working through these self-paced modules, with tasks similar to those you would undertake during a traditional internship.  Discover what everyday life is like at different organizations, learn more about which career path is right for you, and acquire new skills. Forage programs are free for NJCU students and alumni.

Visit the Forage Website

Career Services by College

Christopher Cofone
Assistant Director
Vodra Hall 101
Majors in the College of Arts & Sciences

Joshua Iannuzzi
Internship Coordinator
School of Business
Majors in the School of Business



The Following Services Are Offered

  • Directing utilization of the Career Library to research careers, graduate schools, employers, employment opportunities, cooperative education internships.
  • Directing students to career publications listing jobs and providing career job-search information.
  • Providing individualized career counseling to discuss the choice of a major for careers of interest, planning a job search, researching career information, selecting a graduate program of study.
  • Administering vocational testing to evaluate interests.
  • Conducting workshops regarding selection of majors for careers of interest, applying to graduate school, writing resumes, learning interview skills.
  • Advising non-declared students regarding appropriate majors for career interests.

Employment Services

  • Cooperative Education Internships for declared majors.
  • Part-Time job opportunities.
  • Campus recruitment program.
  • Credentials service for senior students and alumni to forward resumes and references upon request.
  • Internet jobs service through College Central.
  • Career Fairs



what can I do with this major?

Whether you are exploring multiple majors or searching for information about your chosen field, the What Can I Do With This Major? site will help you connect majors to careers.

Video Presentation





Christopher Cofone, Assistant Director

Ms. Nancy Gomez, Professional Specialist IV

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