The University Career Center at Freed-Hardeman University has been revamped for the 2012-13 school year, with new opportunities being offered to both students and alumni. The intention is to assist Freed-Hardeman students and alumni with career development and transition from college to career.
As of August 2012, the center began utilizing College Central Network, a user-friendly database that allows employers to advertise internships and jobs. Students who join the network can submit resumes and complete national searches for jobs. Jim Brown, director of the University Career Center, says this new technology has gotten a good response and has been helpful to students.
A Reasonable Answer
Astrophysicist Nobie Stone recently visited FHU to speak on physics, astronomy, and his understanding of and belief in the account of creation in Genesis.
Saving by Shaving
When FHU students and friends of Caleb Sams found out he had been diagnosed with cancer, they made a plan and raised more than $2,500 for his treatments.
FHU Lady Lion Basketball
The Lady Lions kept their spot atop the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball Coaches’ Poll in the season's final rating and now know their first-round opponent.
MSYC Celebrates 50 Years
Freed-Hardeman University’s Mid-South Youth Camp will celebrate 50 years of camp with a retreat weekend May 24-26, 2013.