College & Career Readiness
College today means much more than just pursuing a four- year degree at a university. Being “college-ready” means being prepared for any post-secondary education or training experience, including study at two- and four- year institutions leading to a post-secondary credential (i.e. a certificate, license, Associates or Bachelor’s degree).
Being ready for college means that a high school graduate has the English and mathematics knowledge and skills necessary to qualify for and succeed in entry-level, credit-bearing college courses without the need for remedial coursework.
There is an often-confusing mix of definitions, frameworks, policies and implementation strategies for career readiness. Some viewpoints center around learning skills for a specific entry-level job, while others define career readiness as a broader understanding of workplace skills. Still other definitions focus on knowledge and skills for a particular industry sector such as health sciences or marketing. Career readiness is a convergence of all of these definitions.
Please click the college/university name below to access their sites.
Please click the college/university name below to access their site.
- Benedict College, Columbia
- Clemson University, Clemson
- Coastal Carolina University, Conway
- Coker College, Hartsville
- College of Charleston, Charleston
- Columbia College, Columbia
- Furman University, Greenville
- Midlands Technical College, Columbia
- Presbyterian College, Clinton
- SC State University, Orangeburg
- Spartanburg Methodist College, Spartanburg
- University of South Carolina, Columbia
- Wofford College, Spartanburg