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Services and Resources

The career Center offers the following services and resources to provide students and alumni with information and assistance in the job search process.

Web Site- The Career Center Web Site provides information and internet links to assist students and alumni who are researching and exploring job opportunities on the web.

Seminars- Several seminars are offered each quarter to assist students in job search preparation, including skills development in resume writing and interviewing. An orientation seminar provides an overview of Career Center services and resources. A business dining etiquette seminar is also offered.

Resume Reviews-Students who have attended a resume-writing seminar sponsored by the Career Center may have their resumes reviewed by a staff member. Please allow five days for the review. Resumes may be emailed to resumereview@latech.edu

On-Campus Interviews- Interviews are scheduled and conducted for seniors and graduate students for fill-time employment. Schedules of companies that are interviewing on campus and registration materials are available in the the Center. Student interview schedules are processed on-line through the TechLink.

Internships/Summer Employment- Opportunities for participation in internships and summer employment are available.

Job Opportunities Bank-Full-time, part-time and summer employment opportunities are posted and distributed to prospective graduates and to alumni who are registered with the Center. Many listings are posted on TechLink.

Career Days- Twice annually employers are invited to participate in Career Days. Sophomores, juniors, seniors, graduate students, and alumni may explore full-time career opportunities and summer internships in their fields of interest.

Teacher Recruitment Day- A Recruitment Day is held each spring for teacher education majors to interview for teaching opportunities with in-state and out-of-state schools districts.

Special Programs- Annually the Career Center sponsors programs to provide students with expert advice on various aspects of job search preparation.

Career Library & Lab-  The Career Library &Lab contains directories, books, company literature, reference materials, and videos which may be helpful in career education, career planning, research, and job search activities. Periodicals such as Job Choices, as well as career manuals, are available.

Alumni Mentoring Network- Students can connect with alumni who offer their insight to Tech students for the purpose of career exploration and professional development.

Career Advice/Individual Appointments-Appointments are available for individual assistance with any phase of career education, career planning, or the job search process.

Computer Lab-Computers with internet access are available to students who wish to research employment options on the web. Twice weekly the lab is staffed with a licensed career development professional.