Career Services Upcoming Events

USCB Career Services Job Fair

Need a Job? Come to the Career Services Ice Cream Social
Scoop up some ice cream and toppings compliments of Career Services!
Activate your HIRE USCB Account and search and apply for local jobs on the spot.
Date: Thursday August 24, 2017
Time: 1pm-3pm
Location: in front of the Library

Job and Internship Fair Preparation Workshops
Build a Better Resume
Program Description: Build a better Resume! Constructing a well-organized resume is something that everyone should do, we at Career Services are getting ready for our Job and Internship Fair on September 28, 2017, we want you to be ready too!
Date: August 30, 2017
Time: 12pm-1pm
What to bring: Printed resumes
Location: Private Dining Room in Sand Shark Dining Hall

Build a Better Resume-Encore presentation
Program Description: Build a better Resume! Constructing a well-organized resume is something that everyone should do, we at Career Services are getting ready for our Job and Internship Fair on September 28, 2017, we want you to be ready too!
Date: September 6, 2017
Time: 12pm-1pm
What to bring: Printed resumes
Location: Private Dining Room in Sand Shark Dining Hall

NEW DATE AND TIME
Get Ahead: Successful Career Fair Tips
Program Description: Traditional approaches to job and internship fair preparation (ex. researching employers, preparing your elevator pitch etc) are very important to understand. Learn valuable strategies for: 1) preparing for a job and internship fair; 2) making a positive impression during the event; and 3) staying relevant after the fair is over.
Date: September 25, 2017
Time: 12:00pm-1:00pm
What to bring: Printed resumes
Location: Private Dining Room in Sand Shark Dining Hall


Career Fair Wrap-up

 

USCB Spring 2017 Career and Graduate School Fair Survey Results


2016-2017 Career Exploration Guest Speaker Series

Unsure what career path you are on? Want to hear from seasoned professionals? Attend this valuable Career Exploration Guest Speaker Lunch Series.

Date: January 17, 2017
Time: 12:15pm-1:15pm
Location: Sand Bar Dining Hall Private Dining Room
Please RSVP to careerservices@uscb.edu 

Jeffrey Aita, D.C
Doctor of Chiropractic and founder of Bluffton Family Chiropractic

Dr Aita is originally from New Jersey. He graduated with a B.S. in physiology from Rutgers University in 1976. Problems with his own spine led him to an interest in a career in chiropractic. He attended the National Chiropractic College and graduated in 1979 with his Doctorate in Chiropractic. He ran a successful practice in the mountains of North Carolina for 22 years before falling in love with the Lowcountry and started his second practice in Bluffton in 2003. He continues to practice the profession with his duaghte Dr. Kathleen Houpt, his son Dr. John Aita and Dr. Courtney VanAcker.

Date: February 21, 2017
Time: 12:15pm-1:15pm
Location: Sand Bar Dining Hall Private Dining Room
Please RSVP to careerservices@uscb.edu

Herbert Ford
Hilton Head Island Public Service District Commissioner

Ford's career includes 30 years with the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency where he served in a variety of domestic and international security roles, including Division Chief and Group Chief in the agency's Office of Security. His community involvement also includes serving on the board of the Coastal Discovery Museum. Ford's leadership expertise includes crisis and risk management, human resources development, strategic planning and budget and resource management.

Terrilyn Sassmann | Manager of Volunteer Services, Tenet HealthDate: September 13, 2016
Time: 
12:15pm-1:15pm
Location: Sand Bar Dining Hall Private Dining Room
Please RSVP to 
careerservices@uscb.edu

Terrilyn Sassmann
Manager of Volunteer Services, Tenet Health

Terrilyn Sassmann has had an interesting career beginning with receiving her degree in Elementary Education in 1980. Upon returning to Pittsburgh there were no teaching jobs available so she took a job with a restaurant chain in their Human Resources Department. In 1983 she became a stay at home mom for the next 11 years with her 3 children. In 1993 she went back to school and became a medical assistant and worked for a Family Practice physician for 6 years. As a single mom at that point she also picked up work doing bookkeeping for her father's Real Estate Company and got her Real Estate License to fully understand the business. In 1999 Terri went back into education in different capacities until she took her dream job at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh in the Volunteer Department.

Terrilyn Sassmann | Manager of Volunteer Services, Tenet Health Date: October 4, 2016
Time: 12:15pm-1:15pm
Location: Sand Bar Dining Hall Private Dining Room
Please RSVP to careerservices@uscb.edu

Ashley Gruber, MA, LPCI
Licensed Professional Counselor Intern and Dementia Care Specialist, Memory Matters

Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, Ashley graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in Psychology from Clemson University. During her college years that I was first introduced to the world of dementia when she heard author Joyce Dyer speak about her book, In a Tangled Wood: An Alzheimer's Journey. Inspired, she volunteered weekly at a local nursing home where I painted fingernails and sang songs with cognitively impaired seniors. At 18 years of age, my purpose became undoubtedly clear-- to bring hope and support to those battling the ripple effects of dementia.

She received a M.A. in Clinical Counseling from The Citadel and was honored by faculty with the distinction of Outstanding Student of the Year. Memory Matters' Board and staff warmly welcomed her as a graduate intern before providing me the offer of a lifetime to officially join the team in June 2013. I invite you to walk through Memory Matters' doors to experience the amazing work, positive environment, and imperative mission fulfilled here every single day!

Herbert Ford | Hilton Head Island Public Service District Commissioner Date: This event will be rescheduled for the Spring 2017 semester-check back for the new date.
Time: 12:15pm-1:15pm
Location: Sand Bar Dining Hall Private Dining Room
Please RSVP to 
careerservices@uscb.edu

Herbert Ford
Hilton Head Island Public Service District Commissioner

Ford's career includes 30 years with the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency where he served in a variety of domestic and international security roles, including Division Chief and Group Chief in the agency's Office of Security. His community involvement also includes serving on the board of the Coastal Discovery Museum. Ford's leadership expertise includes crisis and risk management, human resources development, strategic planning and budget and resource management.