The Center for Career & Professional Development is committed to assisting all students & alumni no matter what part of life’s journey
you are on.
Whether you are a freshman starting your college experience & trying to decide on a major or minor, a sophomore asking questions on a career industry/path, a junior getting ready for internship interviews, a senior preparing for job/grad school interviews, or an alumnus ready to make a career change, WE ARE HERE TO HELP!
The Center is open weekdays from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and we are here to help you navigate your career goals. Our team is eager to help
you with any career questions that you may have. We have numerous online resources available 24/7 so check out our website to start the process.
Virtual Career Services
Our team can support you virtually no matter where you are located! We're proud to
offer virtual appointments.
Follow employers you’re interested in: By following an employer, you’ll be alerted
when they post an upcoming online event including if they are attending our LHU Virtual
Internship & Career Fair on 10/2.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out and we will do our best to make sure you have all the resources you need to continue
to plan for your future.
Biology major with a concentration in Biomedical Sciences
As a student with hopes of working in emergency health care, the Center for Career
and Professional Development helped me obtain incredible experience as a medical scribe at
UPMC Susquehanna's Emergency Department by supplying me with the tools necessary to be
a successful applicant. The Center for Career and Professional Development gave me
invaluable advice that I believe has given me, as well as the rest of the students
at LHU, an advantage over other students at different universities by helping me build a
sound resume, obtain access to extraordinary opportunities, and by providing tips
on how to be successful in an interview.
Without the assistance of the Career Development Office, I wouldn't have been as knowledgeable
about applying to jobs or aware of the opportunities that are offered in the area
for students who aspire to work in health care. I now feel that I will have an advantage
when I apply to and interview at professional schools and future occupations because
of the advice The Center for Career and Professional Development has given me.