Our students get four years of career preparation.
The liberal arts are about exploration of the disciplines and ideas that make for a well-rounded mind—and an interesting, informed life. But at LVC, they're also about preparation for the challenges and demands of the world our student encounter when they graduate.
Community-based career guidance begins on day one, as professors, advisors, and career counselors help student explore broadly while thinking ahead—balancing intellectual growth with a steady focus on career development and practical experience.
For assistance with finding a major, discovering your strengths, uncovering employment options, or preparing for the job search and graduate school, make an appointment with a career counselor and/or access the many resources available through our website and Handshake.
Resume & Letter Review
Individualized Career Counseling
Major Exploration & Selection
Handshake: Job & Internship Listings
Graduate School Guidance
On-Campus Recruiting & Networking
Job Search Strategies
Interview Preparation & Mock Interviewing
Identity Based Resources
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