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Professional Development

See how Covenant is preparing students for their career after Covenant, and hear from our Center for Calling & Career.


 

Carter Hall tower at night
June 28, 2021
The Lykins’ family connection to Covenant College began when Jay Lykins first stepped foot on Covenant’s campus in December of 1965
Gallery of Covenant students who have interned
June 15, 2021
You’ve probably heard it before, and you’ll hear it again throughout your college years: Internships are a great stepping stone to your future career. They give you an inside look at your field of interest, you learn and practice skills relevant to the job, and you make connections with professionals in your industry.
Students in the TaG Program from Covenant
June 9, 2021
As a natural product of our redemptive mindset, most Covenant Scots love being involved in local communities. We know that Christ is making all things new, and we know that we get to play a part in that redemptive work through our jobs and careers. The TaG program is one way that students provide practical assistance to our local community.
Students working on resumes in the Center for Calling and Career
June 3, 2021
Everyone wants to find meaning in what they do. As humans, we’re natural ‘meaning machines.’ At Covenant College, we believe that we’re called to specific work by God, so that we can display his glory. However, we also know that finding a calling is a journey, and requires a bit of help.
Covenant Responders Squad 3
June 1, 2021
Consisting of seven students, Covenant’s current responder unit, Squad Three, benefits from supportive leadership from four alumni, various board members, and our dean of records, Rodney Miller. Evan Elliot ’21 and Mason Harmon ’23 lead the students on campus.
Covenant College students working at Daytona 500
March 5, 2021
Three Covenant students gained hands-on sport management learning experience at this year's Daytona 500.