Career & Civic Engagement is always happy to help your company or organization find qualified candidates. Whether you have a part-time, full-time or internship position, we can assist you. Please select one of the following areas to learn more about ways you can connect with Winthrop for your employment needs:
Recruit at a Winthrop Fair
We host a volunteer fair and a Graduate School and Employment fair each fall, and in the Spring we host three fairs: Education Career Fair, Career Showcase, and Reverse Career Fair.
- Volunteer Fair Tuesday, September 15, 2015 10:30-12pm
- Fall Career and Graduate School Fair Thursday, October 8, 2015 10am-1pm
- Education Career Fair Wednesday, February 17, 2016 9:30am-12pm
- Career Showcase Thursday, February 18, 2016 10am-1pm
- Reverse Career Fair Tuesday, April 05, 2016 10am-1pm
For information on our fairs and to register, visit EAGLElink. Have more questions? Please call Tom Injaychock at 803-323-2141 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
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Post a Position
If you have a position to post, CCE can help you advertise your opportunity to our students and alumni. Here is how we can help you:
- Post and promote opportunities of all types to our students and alumni through our jobsite, EAGLElink. This is a free service as long as you are posting positions to Winthrop University (multi-campus postings are charged).
- Get extra advertising through our weekly Opportunity List that is sent to current undergraduate students via e-mail.
- Work with one of our CCE staff to help recruit candidates (we can connect directly with relevant faculty and students on your behalf).
If you need assistance with registering, passwords, or how to post, view our EAGLElink Guide (pdf – 370 kb) or call us at 803/323-2141 for assistance.
About our Students
Nationally recognized for its quality and value, Winthrop is a learning community that embodies the characteristics essential to being one of the best universities of its kind: a carefully selected student body of high academic achievement and cultural diversity; a national caliber curriculum of the arts, sciences, and professions; a residential educational experience emphasizing personal identity and close relationships; and values that emphasize deep learning, quality teaching, and engaged public service. Winthrop students have the opportunity to develop their individual capacities to become leaders in their professions and communities through a variety of highly personalized, engaging, and progressively developmental academic and co-curricular programs predicated on national standards of excellence. The Winthrop Experience is one that prepares students to live, learn, and lead for a lifetime.
Winthrop is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award bachelor's, master's, and specialist degrees. A total of 42 undergraduate and 26 graduate degree programs are available in the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Business Administration, the Richard W. Riley College of Education, and the College of Visual and Performing Arts. Within the four colleges more than 90 undergraduate and 50 graduate programs of study are offered through concentrations and options. An engaging liberal arts core provides the foundation for all degree programs.
• 6,170 Total Enrollment
• 1,141 graduate students
• 3,029 undergraduate students
• 1,143 freshmen population
• 40 percent minority population
• 34 states and 37 countries represented