Wednesday, October 20, 2010
In an already struggling economy, it is almost a necessity to pursue further education in order to compete with the current workforce. That is why SC State University’s Career Center is hosting its annual Graduate and Professional Schools Day. Graduate and Professional Schools Day will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Garnet and Blue Room of the K.W. Green Student Center, located on the campus of SC State University.
This year’s theme for Graduate and Professional Schools Day will be: “Building the Foundation for Tomorrow’s Graduates.” According to Joseph Thomas, interim director for the Career Center, building the foundation is significant, and Graduate and Professional Schools Day is extremely beneficial to our students and to their career advancement.
“Our goal for Graduate and Professional Schools Day is to attract students, especially current students who may be pondering attending graduate school but have not yet decided which institution will best represent their career endeavors,” says Thomas. “Now, these students can learn more about these schools and take the time to make wise decisions on which University will best reflect their chosen career path.”
Students will have the opportunity to peruse admissions materials and the majors that are offered at nearly 40 graduate and professional schools. The following will be in attendance:
Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School; Atlanta, Ga.
Appalachian State University; Boone, N.C.
Charleston School of Law; Charleston, S.C.
Citadel Graduate College; Charleston, S.C.
Clark Atlanta University; Atlanta, Ga.
College of Charleston-Graduate School; Charleston, S.C.
Columbia International University; Columbia, S.C.
East Tennessee State University; Johnson City, Tenn.
Educational Advancement Alliance; Philadelphia, Pa.
Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine; Spartanburg, S.C.
Erskine Theological Seminary; Columbia, S.C.
Florida Coastal School of Law; Jacksonville, Fl.
Florida A&M University; Tallahassee, Fl.
Georgia Southern University; Statesboro, Ga.
Issacs Health Sciences Recruiting Services; Venice, Fl.
Massachusetts School of Law; Andover, Mass.
Medical University of South Carolina; Charleston, S.C.
North Carolina Central University; Durham, N.C.
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic-Georgia campus; Suwanee, Ga.
Richmont Graduate University; Atlanta, Ga.
Rochester Institute of Technology; Rochester, N.Y.
Savannah State University; Savannah, Ga.
SC State University-Graduate Studies; Orangeburg, S.C.
SC State University-MBA Program; Orangeburg, S.C.
South University-School of Pharmacy; Columbia, S.C.
Southern University Law Center; Baton Rouge, La.
Southern Wesleyan University; Charleston, S.C.
Student Conservation Association; Charlestown, N.H.
Troy University; Sumter, S.C.
University of Georgia; Athens, Ga.
University of SC-Arnold School of Public Health; Columbia, S.C.
University of SC-Moore School of Business; Columbia, S.C.
University of SC-School of Law; Columbia, S.C.
Virginia Tech; Blacksburg, Va.
Walden University; Summerville, S.C.
Widener University-School of Law; Wilmington, Del.
Winthrop University; Rock Hill, S.C.