'Crafting a life of success': career fair

Nov 01, 2019

"Crafting a life of success" was the theme for the Oct. 24 School of Humanities and Social Sciences Career Fair at Ministers' Hall.

The Oct. 24 career fair at Ministers' Hall was sponsored by the Claflin University School of Humanities and Social Sciences. (Panther photo by Yasmine Bolden)



Master Trooper Leon Porter, who graduated from Claflin University in 2007, came back to recruit students to the South Carolina Highway. Here he talks with Jordan White. (Panther photo by Sarina Parker)


Claflin University student Thalia talks with ABC Columbia producers

about what they do and how to get internships with the TV station.

(Panther photo by Julia Johnson)



More students talk with ABC Columbia.

(Panther photo by Jordan James)



Eric Carson, McDonald's general manager, is looking for students interested in receiving tuition assistance. (Panther photo by Nygel Gates)  


Dominique Walker, left, and Kiera Allen  explain the benefits employees have working at the South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice. (Panther photo by Jarius McDonald)



City of Orangeburg Human Resource Officer Theresa "Terri" P. Williams is looking for students interested in receiving a part-time job as a senior recreational leader. (Panther photo by JaDeven Knuckles)


Students from Claflin University learn about internship opportunities at Pepsi. (Panther photo by Yasmine Bolden) 


Getting more information on the corporate side of McDonald’s. (Panther photo by Yasmine Bolden) 



Representatives from Charleston County School District. They’re motto is “excellence is our standard.” (Panther photo by Yasmine Bolden)

Senior Marcus Hamilton, a mass communications major, talks with

a Waffle House district manager about the role of public relations in

their business. (Panther photo by Julia Johnson)

A Claflin University criminal justice student inquires about job opportunities offered with the Greenville Police Department. (Panther photo by Denazia Dukes)

Marie Brown, human resources specialist and recruiter for Waffle House, speaks to Claflin students about good job opportunities with the restaurant chain. (Panther photo by Marcus Hamilton)


Claflin students Kris Johnson and Roger Oates receive information from members of the U.S. Army at job fair. (Panther photo by Carlos Gilliard)



Claflin University sophomore Jayda Teasley converses with the Greenville Sheriff's Department. (Panther photo by Jalen Canty)



Two Claflin students talk with a representative from Orangeburg County. (Panther photo by Jalen Canty) 




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