Career Resources for Faculty
Throughout the day, LVC faculty members are likely to be asked for career advice from the freshman with no major, to the sophomore that wants to change majors, to the junior needing experience, and to the senior seeking a job or assistance with graduate school.
To assist you in your role as advisor, the Center for Career Development provides resources and services through our website and classroom presentations. Use the links below to explore some of our web-based resources. To request a classroom presentation or assistance with a class project related to career planning and the job search, contact Sarah Bartz, associate director of career development, at 717-867-6381.
Learn more ABOUT US: mission, goals, activities, and policies.
Policies and Agreements that Govern the Operation of the Center for Career Development
- Faculty Guide to Ethical and Legal Standards in Student Hiring
- Policies and Agreements Concerning Students
- Policies and Agreements Concerning Employers
Key Faculty Resources
- Call in the Substitutes. Team Up with Career Development staff to offer engaging workshops for your students when other obligations take you away from the classroom.
Examples of class presentations include: preparing cover letters and personal statements for graduate school that convince and persuade; crafting resumes that capture the attention of employers; preparation and practice for interviews; LinkedIn; unlocking career resources of Handshake. For details on these and other topics contact firstname.lastname@example.org. To schedule a session please contact us 10-14 days in advance and provide details on the class, location, time.
- Experience Counts: Internships, Shadowing, and Arnold Internship Grants
- Sample Faculty Reference Letter, Legal Q & A on Reference Letters
- Recommendation Form for Teaching Candidates
- What Employers Seek in College Graduates
- Record of Graduate Success
Resources for Your Students
Click HERE to view our recommended career planning guides, assessment instruments, and the job search resources available. You also will find links to several subscription-based job and internship listings (free to you), webshops, videos, graduate school assistance, and suggestions for first-year success on the job. Get to know more about special programs such as Project CLOSE-UP and Career Connections.