Career services are provided for South College students and graduates at no charge. While the primary focus is to assist students upon graduation, any enrolled student may seek employment information through this office.
Although employment in full-time positions cannot be guaranteed, it is vitally important to both the graduate and the college that each graduate obtains appropriate employment. Therefore, as students approach the last quarter of their program, specific and personalized instruction is provided in the preparation of professional resumes and cover letters, as well as job search strategies and interviewing skills. Each graduating student is required to complete a career services application and present a resume and letters of recommendation for a personnel file to the Career Services Coordinator. Most graduates also participate in a mock interview.
Currently enrolled students and graduates should contact the Career Services Coordinator for more information on career counseling, resume writing, and job search strategies.
South College's West campus Auditorium will be the site of a town hall meeting on Thursday, April 17th, to discuss the problem of bullying.