You've worked hard for four years, and you're on the verge of
completing your degree. Now what?That's where the Voorhees College
Career Center comes in. We're here to help you make the move from
We do that through connections with Voorhees alumni who have gone on to successful careers and through counseling aimed at keeping your job search on track. We help you arrange interviews both on campus and off. We hold career fairs to give you a chance to chat informally with prospective employers. We offer tips on everything from resume writing to networking. We have job databases and salary information we're eager to share. Interested in pursuing an advanced degree? We can help you there, too.
In short, we offer you a variety of tools to help smooth your transition from classroom to office. Feel free to check out what we offer online or stop by our office in Room 109 of the Wilkinson Building.
It's never too early to start thinking about your career either. We're happy to talk with freshman as well. Sometimes that discussion is just the boost you need in planning your future and setting the goals you need to achieve to get there.
We offer an array of programs designed to help students and graduates find the jobs they've worked hard to prepare for. Those services include:
- Career counseling through group and individual sessions
- Resume writing
- Interviewing skills
- Job search techniques
- Campus career fairs
- Salary range information
- Career resource library
- Job listing data bases
- Graduate and Professional Day
- Provide graduate school catalogs, resources
- Graduate and professional school test information and career counseling
Registration is mandatory for all seniors. Registration includes completing the Voorhees College Career Planning and Placement personal data form and questionnaire and providing two copies of your resume. Juniors and sophomores are required to register within the first 60 days of their class year. This is especially important for students interested in summer internships.
During the second year at Voorhees, each student schedules a half-hour appointment with the Career Center for assistance with planning a job campaign, preparing for interviews, writing a resume and much more.
Truth in Disclosure
Intentional falsification of resume data and GPA will result in privileges being reviewed by the Vice President of Student Affairs. It is the students responsibility to review registration for accuracy and completeness.
The Career Services Center is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Career Services Center
P.O. Box 678
Denmark, SC 29042
Room 109, Wilkinson Building
Denmark, SC 29042
Phone: (803) 780-1265