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Scheduled events and news for the current academic year are archived below for reference and will be removed over the following summer.

FALL 2014


  • 12/10/14:
  • Considering a Master of Social Work degree? The College of Social Work at USC will host its annual Open House on Friday, November 21. RSVP (details on linked flyer) by November 17th.

  • The Citadel Fall 2014 Career Fair was held 10/15/14. Map Legend

  • Kaplan's Fall Free Graduate Exam Test Prep on October 11 (MCAT, LSAT, GRE, & DAT). Register in advance. Held at the College of Charleston's School of Sciences & Mathematics building (#11 on linked map). A reminder email will be sent by Kaplan to registrants one week prior.

  • US Bureau of Labor Statistics: Occupational Outlook Quarterly for Spring 2014; includes intro to STEM jobs and translating military experience to civilian skills.

  • Seeking an internship? The Citadel Career Center invites employers to post their opportunities on hireLINK. If you seek academic credit, it is up to you to share the posting with your academic department's Internship Coordinator to confirm that it meets the department's requirements for earning academic credit.
  • Pre-Health Student Alumni Panel on September 27. Sponsored by The Citadel Biology Department; RSVP per the flyer by September 20.

  • Returning students with active accounts in hireLINK prior to June 24, 2014, were sent an email on 8/14/14 with login information to their new hireLINK accounts.

  • Set aside some time during Winter Furlough to get a head start on a summer job search, graduate school applications, a full-time job search or narrowing down your career interests.  Refer to the resources for all these and more career planning needs throughout our website!
  • Is your voicemail set up on your cell phone? If you give employers and graduate schools your phone number, be sure to set up your voicemail with a short and clearly spoken message that indicates they have reached you. If an employer cannot leave a message, you may miss out on a job opportunity. They will not keep trying or text you instead!