Please come and join us for the third session of the 2013 - 2014 Saturday College Program at Paul Quinn College and learn from current college students more about valuable skills and experiences you can receive from internships during colleges and get hands on practice and feedback on interviewing.
WHEN?: Saturday, February 22, 2014; 9:00 am - Noon
WHERE?: Paul Quinn College campus in the Isabell and Comer Cottrell Student Union Building
WHO?: All high school students and their families are invited to attend.
WHY?: Simply graduating with a bachelor's degree is no longer a guaranteed ticket to getting a job straight out of college. Internships are one way to make yourself a unique candidate within the pool of applicants post-graduation. If you want insight into how to apply for internships, what employers expect from interns adn how to maximize your internship experiences, this is the event for you.
WHAT ELSE DO YOU NEED TO KNOW?: This session is FREE. Pre-registration is not required. Simply RSVP using the Eventbrite website. There is no need to bring a paper ticket. A light breakfast will be served beginning at 8:30 am. IF YOU HAVE A RESUME, PLEASE BRING IT.
WHAT IS THE SATURDAY COLLEGE PROGRAM?: The Saturday College Program at Paul Quinn College is a college and career preparatory curriculum for high school students and their families. It's designed to fill a void in the college preparatory area and combines the teaching of practical, real-life skills with a strong emphasis on collegiate and professional success. The program’s curriculum combines the teaching of practical, real-life skills with a strong emphasis on collegiate and professional success.
WHERE CAN YOU GET MORE INFORMATION ON THE SATURDAY COLLEGE PROGRAM?: Please visit the Paul Quinn College website by clicking on this link to get more information.
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Paul Quinn College
Paul Quinn College is a private, faith-based, four-year liberal arts college founded by and affiliated with the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Its mission is to provide a quality, faith-based education that addresses the academic, social, and Christian development of students and to prepare them to be servant leaders and agents of change in their communities.