CRC Guides Students to Employment Success

 

 

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Hannah Auston
Associate Editor

Whether you’re graduating, looking for a job, or just need some help tweaking that resume, look no further than the Career Resource Center (CRC) placed right here on L&C’s campus.

The CRC can help you decide with a variety of different services. Some of the services offered include help with choosing a career path, identifying strengths and weaknesses, completing a job application, creating a well-written resume, composing a strong cover letter, preparing for that all-important interview, as well as many more options.

Tutor and Career Resource Specialist Terri Dewerff says, “Our hope is that students—whether beginning their studies, preparing to graduate or continuing somewhere in between—view the CRC as one more opportunity to feel empowered to establish and successfully achieve their educational and career goals.”

Residing in Trimpe 251, the CRC is open for business Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., allowing students a generous amount of time to utilize the center. If needed, a Career Resource Specialist is on site Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to help students maximize the full resources of the CRC.

For more information on how the CRC can help you with employment tips, contact Terri Dewarff at tdewerff@lc.edu, call (618) 468-5503, or just stop by with any questions you may have.

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