Recruit on Campus

Survival Job Fair

Friday, August 28, 2015
11:00am-1:00pm in the Grier Student Center

College students need part-time, seasonal or temporary jobs during the semester while they're still in school.  These jobs help pay their tuition, living expenses to 'survive' in the world while continuing their education.  To help connect our students with employers looking to hire, we hold a "Survival Job Fair" at the beginning of the fall semester.  There is no cost to participate, but pre-registration is required.  Click here to register.

Graduate School & Career Fair

Wednesday, October 7, 2015
10:00am-1:00pm in the Grier Student Center

Lander students are equipped with the skills they need to be the leaders of tomorrow. While some are ready to enter the work-force upon graduation, others may pursue continuing their education in a graduate school program.  The Grad School & Career Fest is a great opportunity for recruiters to discuss their graduate study programs and employers to meet highly qualified candidates to fill their employment opportunities.  Click here to register.

Teacher Connections, education career fair

Spring 2016

School districts are invited to recruit and interview teacher candidates from Lander University's excellent teaching program.  In addition to graduating seniors, recruiters have the opportunity to meet with all other education majors, including those non-education majors who are pursuing teacher certification. Registration to open soon.

Recruiter Days

Employers and recruiters may arrange to come on campus to meet with students by contacting the Office of Career Services.  Contact Amanda Morgan, Director of Career Services by email to or calling the office at (864) 388-8971.

About Lander

For a campus map, accommodations and driving directions check out our visitor information page. Nestled in the heart of Greenwood, SC, Lander University’s100-acre campus is situated in the Piedmont of western South Carolina. Nearly 3,000 students study at this public institution which has provided education and cultural opportunities since 1872. Students at Lander University may pursue the following areas of study:

  • Arts & Humanities - Visual Arts, Music, Mass Communication and Theatre, History, English, Spanish, International Studies (minor), Latin American Studies (minor), Philosophy (minor), French (minor)
  • Business & Public Affairs - Business Administration with emphasis areas in Accounting, Economics/Finance, Health Care Management and Management/Marketing; Sociology; Political Science; Criminal Justice Management
  • Education -Teacher Education (early childhood, elementary, secondary, special education, Montessori); Physical Education, Exercise Science, Athletic Training, Psychology
  • Science & Mathematics -Chemistry, Environmental Science, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Veterinary Science, Biology, Computer Information Systems, Mathematics

Thank you for considering Lander University in your recruiting needs.

Job Postings

Bearcat JobLink
is a job board for current students and alumni of Lander University. Employers may post positions and review candidate resumes through this job board.

Employers/Recruiters may contact the Office of Career Services to learn more about visiting Lander's campus for special career events or to connect your business with qualified candidates.

Amanda Morgan
Director of Career Services
Office: (864) 388-8971