Attend Internships 101 to learn about tools and resources available through Career Services before starting the internship process.
Internships 102 focuses on major specific resources, applying to internships, and interviewing.
Some organizations will host Career Chats. You will need to sign up in advance via LUworks. This is your opportunity to gather individualized information and start building a relationship with that organization. You can bring questions (application advice, culture of the organization, etc.), résumés, cover letters or thoughts about what you are hoping to get out of the experience.
On Demand Workshops:
On Demand is available for campus organizations, residence halls, athletic teams and academic departments to customize a workshop to the needs of your students. Topics could include résumé and cover letter writing, networking, job search, applying to graduate school, gap year, etc. Request an On Demand Workshop.
Strategies for Success (S2):
Attend this session to uncover your interests and skills, match them to your potential majors, help prepare your résumé and start providing you with tools and resources that all college students should know to be successful now and in the future. A career advisor will offer you the support and connections you need to launch your Life After Lawrence NOW! Open to all students. Registration on LUworks is appreciated.
Seniors: Support, Strategies and Success (S4):
(S4) will provide you the tools to promote your skills, create quality application materials, build your personal brand and feel energized about your future!
Think Globally, Explore Locally (TGEL):
Career Services partners with local and regional for-profit and not-for-profit organizations to provide you with an experience that will give you a sense of the opportunities available through the host organization as well as in similar organizations elsewhere in the world. The initiative is intended to give you an on-site glimpse into the workplace and to promote the view that the greater Fox Valley and eastern Wisconsin area can be seen as a microcosm of the national and global job market.