Career Services

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Welcome to the Southern Wesleyan University Career Services Website. The goal of our career services staff is to assist all students in meeting their individual career planning needs.

Southern Wesleyan Career Services has available a number of resources and programs to help support and assist learners in preparing a professional, proactive approach to career management.

Our mission is to enable students and alumni to increase career awareness through assessment, research, experiential learning and the development of job search competencies resulting in informed decisionmaking. We encourage, through the use of an electronic portfolio, ongoing documentation of acquired skills, experiences and accomplishments in preparation for lifelong career management.

We want to play an integral part in assisting you in fulfilling God’s plan for your life.

Yvonne Duckett
Director of Career Services Center

How to Discover Your Professional Calling Without Pulling Your Hair Out 

The Career Workshop is designed to help you develop the skills needed to be successful in identifying your career calling without pulling your hair out.  The keys to success in this program is to have you: 

  • Learn how majors relate to careers
  • Learn what you can do with your major
  • Learn how your INTERESTS, VALUES, SKILLS and PERSONALITY PREFERENCES will help you make a well–informed decisions
  • Hear the testimonies of two seniors and how they were able to find their career calling

Date:  February 11, 2014

Time:  4 p.m.

Location:  Mitchell Boardroom, Jennings Campus Life Center 

NOTE: In the event of classes cancelled, stay updated for more details on the rescheduling of this event. 

 CAREER WEBINAR SERIES

SWU Career Link - resources for students and employers

Job postings on the Student Life blog

Career workshop

The Career workshop has been rescheduled for March 27. 

The Career Workshop is designed to help you develop the skills needed to be successful in identifying your career calling without pulling your hair out.  The keys to success in this program is to have you: 

  • Learn how majors relate to careers
  • Learn what you can do with your major
  • Learn how your INTERESTS, VALUES, SKILLS and PERSONALITY PREFERENCES will help you make a well–informed decisions
  • Hear the testimonies of two seniors and how they were able to find their career calling

Time:  4 -5 p.m. 

Location:  Mitchell Conference Room 

Details: Meredith Swain, Community Engagement Intern

Campus Life Center 227
864-644-5137