Career Week 2014

Press Release

February 12, 2014

Explore Your Interests at LCCC’s Career Week March 3-8

Learn about different areas of study and the careers they can lead to at Lorain County Community College’s Career Week from March 3-8.

A variety of workshops will be offered by LCCC’s academic divisions. Workshops will be held on academic fields, including: business, engineering, theater, political science, sociology, history, social work, accounting, psychology and more.

Academic and career advising and other career related information will also be available. Career Services will host many workshops to help students decide on a career path and also prepare for the upcoming LCCC Career Fair on April 9.

Career Services workshops scheduled during Career Week include, career exploration, networking, resume and cover letter writing, and more.

For a full list of events during Career Week, visit www.lorainccc.edu/careerweek. For more information about Career Services, call (440) 366-4076.

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