Career Planning Event Targets Mid-Career Professionals

COLUMBUS, Ga. - Columbus State University is offering mid-career professionals and prospective graduate students an opportunity to explore opportunities for their next move with a Career Planning workshop at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 31 at the Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center.

The registration deadline is March 28.

This event is tailored to working professionals and active duty military personnel and their spouses who are interested in obtaining a two-year, four-year or graduate degree through traditional, online, weekend and evening programs.

Columbus State faculty members will be on hand to answer questions about CSU degree programs and career paths. Career professionals will talk about returning to school, resume building, interviewing and job-search skills — particularly for the current economy.

Additionally, CSU representatives will be available to answer questions about the university’s admissions process, financial aid, transfer credits, scholarships, ROTC, Alternative Teacher Program, academic advising, adult re-entry, Fort Benning services and more.

Register online at

For more information, call the CSU Career Center at 706-569-3198.



Contact: Kimberly Mullen, career center director, at 706-565-4074