Helping Students Help Themselves Preparing for a Fulfilling Career!
From your first year at PC to your last (and beyond), Career Development and Student Success will help you develop a career path that works for you. Our mission is to help you help yourself!
Recruiter Dates and Links:
Career Fair (Full-time jobs for graduating seniors, plus part-time openings available during the 2015-2016 academic year) – Tuesday, October 27, 2015 – Registration Open (Recruiters, please note deadline is September 30)
Pharmacy School Career Fair and Interview Day – Wednesday, October 14, 2015 – Registration Open (Recruiters, please note deadline is September 30)
Graduate and Professional School Fair – Tuesday, October 27, 2015 – Registration Open (Recruiters, please note deadline is September 30)
Student Announcements and Links:
Upcoming Recruitment and Career Development Events – Current Announcements
Search Jobs/Build a Resume now on the Blue Hose CareerNet:
Whether you are in your first year at PC or your last, the Career Development and Student Success staff will help you develop a personal career path. Through assessment, industry exploration, resume critique and more, we offer the resources you’ll need to make informed decisions about your future goals. We also help you to understand the link between your academic studies, your extracurricular involvement, and your professional development.
What does this mean to students and employers? Presbyterian College graduates are ahead of the curve in professional preparedness. The current desire to find T-shaped professionals means that liberal arts graduates are in high demand. We help students capitalize on depth of knowledge in key related areas while building inter-disciplinary skills in collaboration, leadership, and teamwork.
Visit our office: 2nd Floor, Springs Campus Center
Kim Lane, Associate Dean of Career Development and Student Success
Lynn Downie, Assistant Director
Contact us – email@example.com
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