Here at USC, we have a wide range of employers who come on campus, everyone from the federal government to state and local agencies to small law firms, large law firms, as well as law firms that aren't even situated here in South Carolina. We've had students in Switzerland who work for Google. They're in Orlando working for Disney World, or in Atlanta, Georgia at Coca-Cola. It's just such a versatile degree to have, and especially from USC Law.
Career services uses a good many tools to help our students. We have on campus interviews. And that is when employers come on campus to interview our students.
We have lots of programs where we bring in our alums. We are so fortunate that we have so many alums that do want to come and mentor our students. And that is a tremendous resource.
I work for the Coca-Cola company, which is the largest beverage company in the world. I am the general counsel for International, so I look after our international operations. And I feel very fortunate to have been able to be a part of this great company. And none of this would have been possible without the years that I spent at the law school and the great foundation that I got there and the relationships that I developed there.