Career Services and Internships
We start by listening to your goals and helping you explore where your chosen degree can take you.
Where do you see yourself in ten years?
When you were young, the answer may have been easy, but facing down economic statistics and the realities of an ever-changing job market mean your childhood dreams might not come to fruition. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) says that people of today’s workforce will have more than 12 jobs in their lifetime. We know how daunting a statistic like this sounds and Lake Erie College includes a department dedicated to helping our students buck the trend.
Enter Career Development and Experiential Learning
Your years at LEC include classes, sports, clubs, and friends. You invest in your degree and you put in the work to earn it. Our Career Development office shows you how to capitalize on your investment using carefully tailored self-promotion techniques specific to your industry. Unique opportunities including mock interviews, online forums with career professionals, and experiential learning to further prepare you for success.
Making It Happen
We start by listening to your goals and helping you explore where your chosen degree can take you. By strategically selecting internships and extra-curricular activities to serve your career goals, we empower you to make the best moves for your future. From drafting sharp resumes with persuasive cover letters to creating professional LinkedIn profiles for effective online networking, Career Development supports you.
Our Pathways to Empowerment Program (P2E) helps you make the most of your LEC career by providing a host of events to support your personal and professional development. You gain experiences and make relationships that help you achieve your career goals. Additionally, our graduates have a lifelong career support guarantee and are encouraged to access our services as alumni, long after leaving their college years behind.
Here are a few simple steps to help you on your journey of career readiness:
Have a conversation with your faculty advisor to help us learn how we can collaborate to help you achieve your career goals. We are here to help strengthen the link between learning and doing.