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October 3, 2019
Cedarville University is committed to equipping your student with challenging academics integrated with a biblical worldview. But we don’t stop there. Our Career Services department works hard to create opportunities for students to move into career positions immediately after graduation.
Last month, Career Services held its first career fair of the year, with more than 125 companies attending, including well-known organizations like Honda, Boeing, Procter & Gamble, and General Electric. Students gained valuable experience communicating with potential employers while expanding their network of contacts.
Each year, students land internships and permanent career positions as a result of these career fairs. Career Services has several more career fairs planned for this year, giving students additional opportunities to search for jobs and hone their interviewing skills.
These career fairs are just one of the reasons that 98.3% of Cedarville graduates are employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation.
Posted in Careers
September 19, 2019
A recent blog post caught our eye, and we’d like to share it with you. It lists the top 10 majors with the best career prospects.
Do you know what these majors all have in common? You’ll find all 10 at Cedarville University!
- Read today's post for more on how Cedarville offers the most in-demand academic programs, but with an added value of biblical integration that prepares students to use their vocation to impact the world for Jesus Christ.
Encourage your student to apply to Cedarville today. We have waived the application fee for those who apply by November 1.
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Posted in Academics Careers
March 22, 2019As high school seniors and their parents sit down to finalize a college decision before the May 1 deadline, one topic is nearly always part of the discussion: cost.
While many universities — including Cedarville — are taking intentional steps to make a college education more affordable, parents are increasingly looking at job placement rates in order to weigh an institution’s benefits against its costs in an effort to decide whether or not a considerable investment is worthwhile.
Cedarville's placement rates continue to be impressive. In a six-month postgraduation final destination survey, 98.4% of Cedarville's class of 2018 reported being employed or in graduate school during that time period. This is not a one-year anomaly: Cedarville's five-year average is 97.3%.
These placement results are well above the national averages reported by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, which has reported an average of 88% over the last five years. But don't just take our word for it. Read the Q-and-A in today's post, originally published in an issue of Cedarville Magazine, and see what parents are saying about their children's experience at Cedarville.
P.S. If your student has been accepted to Cedarville for fall 2019, be sure to pay your reservation deposit soon to ensure his or her place in the incoming class!Read More »
Posted in Academics Affordability Careers Student Life Why Christ Centered Higher Education?
March 8, 2019
As stated in our vision statement, Cedarville University is committed to preparing students for vocational distinction. We want our graduates to not just find jobs, but to find positions that allow them to glorify God by using the gifts and talents He has given them.
Our Career Services office is available from day one to help students accomplish this. From choosing a major, to writing the perfect resume, to preparing for a job interview, your student will find help every step of the way.
Career Services recently hosted a spring career fair on campus with more than 100 businesses and organizations attending to recruit students. Companies return each year and actively seek out our graduates because of their career preparation, high-level integrity, and incredible work ethic. Our recent First Destination Survey results for the class of 2018 affirm this – 98.3 percent of Cedarville graduates were employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation, well above the 83.1 percent national average.
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