The University of South Carolina's students are among the nation's best--and therefore a prime talent pool for employers. "We hire a lot from the University of South Carolina; over 30 percent of our new hires are recent graduates," says David Dunn, chairman and CEO of VC3, a Columbia-based technology services provider.
University Career Center: The Career Center offers employers a variety of methods for recruiting USC students and alumni for full-time, part-time, co-op, and internship positions. Opportunities include posting positions electronically, attending career fairs, hosting information sessions, and scheduling on-campus interviews. The satellite office for the College of Engineering and Computing also provides the full-range of programs and services for employers and students.
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Moore School of Business Office of Career Management: The Moore School's Career Center provide high-tech solutions to employers throughout the world interested in hiring highly qualified, talented students. U.S. News & World Report ranks the Moore School's programs No. 1 in the nation for undergraduate international business and No. 1 in the nation among public universities for graduate international business.
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