From left, Jeffery LeGree, Destinee Williams and Miriam Young work at Shaw University’s Experiential Learning and Career Development Center. The facility aims to help prepare students and alumni land internships and jobs after college.
From left, Jeffery LeGree, Destinee Williams and Miriam Young work at Shaw University’s Experiential Learning and Career Development Center. The facility aims to help prepare students and alumni land internships and jobs after college. Julian R Thomas COURTESY OF JULIAN THOMAS
From left, Jeffery LeGree, Destinee Williams and Miriam Young work at Shaw University’s Experiential Learning and Career Development Center. The facility aims to help prepare students and alumni land internships and jobs after college. Julian R Thomas COURTESY OF JULIAN THOMAS

Column: Shaw University center helps students after graduation

July 16, 2015 08:52 AM

UPDATED July 16, 2015 08:53 AM

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