Successful career management starts with EXPLORING and developing a plan for your time at LU and beyond. Start by thinking about your current and past professional experiences and exposures. This is often times an overlooked step in the process of exploring and preparing for your future career. You need to look both backward and forward to ensure you can set a specific career goal that best suits your interests and abilities.
- Students are able to setup appointments with the Career Center and know physical location for drop-in visits.
- Students can identify career resources and know how to access resources to help them accomplish a career oriented task.
- Students understand career opportunities related to their academic major and begin to research potential career paths.
Career Studio Supports:
The Career Studio Interns support students for both scheduled and drop-in appointments at the Office of Career Services in Scruggs University Center, B12. Connect with the Studio Intern relevant to your major and career path. Our interns are able to help you with the following:
- Explore Services Learning & Potential Networking Opportunities
- Help You Research Career Trends/Job Outlooks Related to Your Major
- Review Resume, Cover Letter and Social Media Profiles
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