Current studies show an average working professional may change positions as many as seven times. Each time a job search is conducted, extensive preparation and many hours of dedicated time are required to find just the right position. The Office of Career Services at Lawrence Technological University is available to help you meet the challenges of a job search in the current changing economy.
Alumni are also welcome to schedule an appointment with our professional career development staff members for a Job Search Consultation. We will provide a resume critique, review current interviewing techniques, discuss job search tactics and recommend resources for further assistance.
Additional alumni services include access to Lawrence Tech Career Fairs and Alumni Career Networking Receptions. Dates and schedules for these events are posted under 'Events' in CareerQuest, as well as on the Office of Career Services web page.
Please call ahead to schedule your Job Search Consultation appointment or contact us with any questions at 248-204-3140 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
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The Office of Career Services offers a wide range of services for Employers.
Job posting services are available through our online resource CareerQuest. CareerQuest utilizes NaceLINK software, so you can use your existing NaceLINK login to post opportunities, conduct on-campus recruiting and register for career fairs.
Other important services, include On-Campus Interviews (OCR), Career Fairs, Resume Referrals, Information Sessions, and Alumni Networking Receptions, are available by contacting our offices at 248-204-3140, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To take advantage of our services, please contact an Office of Career Services staff member at 248-204-3140, or email@example.com. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
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