Career Development

Career Development

SOCL 298:  In this seminar, students learn about the research departmental faculty engage in. They also gain concrete "how to" information on networking, resume building, and interviewing. Experiential learning opportunities- meaning significant out-of-class experiences such as study abroad, research assistantships, internships, and service learning- are emphasized. Listed below are our guest speakers/events for Spring 2020.

2/11 (Tuesday, 11-12, Owens G02) Special Agent Jacquelyn Parris. Federal Agent working for the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency
2/17 (Monday, 9:30-10:20, Kinard 316) Internships Johnathon Gilbert *(Fort Mill Police Department), Zharne Glover*, Brandie Tolbert* ( Department of Juvenile Justice) Jasmine Ellis*
2/24 (Monday, 9:30-10:20, Kinard 316) Student Research -Dr .Michael Sickles, Mattin Avalon* (McNair Scholar 2019) , Breonica Robinson* (WU poll) ,
3/2 (Monday, 9:30-10:20, Kinard 316) Alumni Panel-Bryan Cannon* (law), Bryan Mobley *(Student Affairs, CCPC), Cheryl Peace* ( Rock Hill Victims Advocate)
3/9 (Monday, 9:30-10:20, Kinard 316)  Veteran jobs and transition: Paul Bill-  Director of Veteran Employment at Veterans bridgehome.org, Charlotte. 

SOCL 598:  Issues, trends, and research in contemporary sociology.

1/27 Mock interviews on January 27th Rock Hill Police Department (signup will be available)
1/31 Recent Graduates Return-Panel on Search; Allison Hurayt*, Robert Catoe* and Shamara Harris*
2/21 Graduate Schools : WU Master of Social Work (Anthony Hill) , WU: Masters of Education at WU (Lisa Harris) and UNCC Criminal Justice (Matt Phillips*) 

*alumni

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