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Student Success

Welcome to Student Success!

Earning a bachelor’s degree is a major step in launching your career, but it is not the only step. You should also consider other factors as you enter the workforce, including your interests, values, and strengths. In addition, it is important to learn more about the markets you hope to enter.

Know Yourself

During your time here at Erskine, discover how God has designed and gifted you. Learn about the interests, strengths, and values which uniquely make you who you are. Explore two questions: What are you interested in doing? What are you good at doing?

Know the Market

In addition to learning about yourself, you also need to explore the market(s) that interest you. Ask two questions: Can you make a living doing the job you are interested in? Is it a legitimate industry that fits your values?

We Can Help

Our office has a variety of resources to help you explore these questions. Stop by our office in Watkins or contact us at 864-379-8701.

Resume Resources

Thanks to a partnership with Resume Target, a professional resume writing service, Erskine College is pleased to offer access to career-related resources and premium resume templates. Resume Target is a website offering complimentary resources to Erskine students and alumni with access to 700+ Premium Resume Templates and Cover Letters in over 54 industries along with other career resources.

Graduate School Guide

Are you considering graduate school? These questions can jump-start your decision-making process.

Alumni and Employers

In addition, we provide assistance to Erskine College alumni as they manage their career cycle. Employers can post job openings for students and alumni by contacting our office.

Will Johnson

Director of Student Success
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