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Nov20

Graduate School Prep Meet Up

 4 to 4:45 PM

  Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

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Nov27

International Internships Information Session

 5:30 to 6:30 PM

  Sirrine 106

Dec06

Let's Do Breakfast!

 8 to 9:30 AM

  David Peebles Room (Hendrix Student Center)

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COMING UP

Resume Blitz

Thursday, January 17, 9 AM to 3:45 PM

  Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Would you like for someone to review your resume before attending the Career Fair to ensure that you are highlighting your experiences, educations, and skills? Join us to have an employer or career counselor provide helpful feedback concerning your resume. Reviews conducted from 9 am until Noon and 1:30 until 3:45 pm.

Resume Blitz

Friday, January 18, 9 AM to 3:45 PM

  Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Would you like for someone to review your resume before attending the Career Fair to ensure that you are highlighting your experiences, educations, and skills? Join us to have an employer or career counselor provide helpful feedback concerning your resume. Reviews conducted from 9 am until Noon and 1:30 until 3:45 pm.

Engineering, Computing and Sciences Fair Day One

Tuesday, January 22, 12 to 4 PM

  Littlejohn Coliseum

The Center for Career and Professional Development hosts the only campus-wide career event. Day one and two will focus on Technical majors and industries and day 3 will focus on business and non-technical majors. Hundreds of employers attend looking to connect with Clemson students.

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OUR MISSION

Engaging students in career development and experiential learning activities that will empower them to successfully pursue their educational and professional goals.

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