Young Harris College does help its students find internships and jobs, but many students feel as though the office connects them with potential employers but doesn't give them much individual attention. This may be due to the fact that the school has just made the transition from a two-year school to a four-year school. Career services have potential to be fine-tuned over time. And they will most likely learn as they go.
There are many on-campus jobs for students who need a little income. They offer jobs in the cafeteria and recreation center. They hire people to complete tasks in the bookstore, and they even have student jobs in the library. Students are usually able to transfer their credits other other instituions if they're still undergraduates. Students in the running for graduate schools are normally able to be accepted into good schools.