Information And Actions Being Taken Related To COVID-19
The Military College of South Carolina
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We are located at 573 Huger Street Charleston, SC (#53 on The Citadel's virtual map)




Career planning is an integral part of student life at The Citadel - #hireCitadel is our mantra!  We recommend working with The Career Center to develop effective recruiting strategies including:  

  • BUILD YOUR BRAND ON CAMPUS - It is difficult to attract talent if students have not heard of you.    
  • GET INVOLVED - Building relationships with faculty, staff and students impacts recruiting outcomes.
  • LEVERAGE YOUR CITADEL ALUMNI - They are fantastic sources for referrals (Linkedin Alumni Tool). 
  • ENGAGE EARLY & OFTEN - Start early in the academic year. 
  • SEND THE RIGHT PEOPLE - Engage! Send people to campus who enjoy talking to and connecting with students.  
  • COMMUNICATE - Students want to know what they can expect, tell them. 


START with Handshake, which allows you to electronically share jobs, internships, and register for recruiting events.

  1. Visit Handshake / look for "No account? Sign up here" 
  2. Select “Employer” / use a work email address (Ex: / Click "Sign Up"    
  3. POSTING TIP - Salary isn't required, but including a competitive range increases applicants.
  4. REVIEW OUR POSTING POLICIES. Opportunities which are typically declined are:    
  • Multi-Level Marketing - Also known as pyramid selling, and referral marketing. 
  • Household Positions - Personal care, nannies, tutors, yard care do not meet our guidelines, but can be emailed to us. 
  • Staffing Agencies - Positions not posted by the "employer" will be declined. 
  • Positions which require students use their personal networks during the interview process to generate leads.


Career Fairs

Career fairs offer students a unique opportunity to connect and learn about you. At The Citadel, all academic years and programs are encouraged to attend. Keep in mind, speaking with a freshman today helps you develop your future pipeline.   

  • Fall 2021 Career Fair - October 6, 2021. More information to come!

Classroom Visits & Guest Speakers

Classroom speakers are invited to share content knowledge of a particular area and are not indended specifically for recruiting purposes. While they are at the discretion of the faulty, we will be happy to make recommendations. You may also contact the departments directly. Faculty typically develop syllabi a semester in advance. It is recommended you reach out in advance to increase success. 

Information Sessions

Contact about setting up an information session or to see if an information session is right for you. For spring semester information sessions may be virtual. 

Leadership Day 411

Our Annual Leadership Day is an opportunity for our students to have a positive impact on our local community.  Underclassmen volunteer at Title I schools and local non-profit organizations. Juniors participate in ethics seminars, and seniors attend professional development “lunch and learns” at organizations like: Boeing, Blackbaud, NIWIC, MUSC, Water Missions, FBI, and a large array of small to mid-size entrepreneurs, attorneys, accountanting firms, and cybersecurity companies. If interested in hosting students, email for next steps. 

Service Learning 

Give Pulse - Our service learning platform is for marketing, registration and tracking of service learning iniatitives. This resource can connect employers to cadet-led service opportunities (or corporate team building service opportunities) that do not fall on Leadership Day.  Info linked here. Contact Christina Arnold for more information -



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