Career Awareness Event Registration Form

Career Awareness Information Session
    

STMA

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LCCC has partnered with area organizations to build the new economy for NE Ohio.  Through the Speed-to-Market Accelerator, our efforts to link growing companies with local talent gives you an opportunity to learn about opportunities for careers in advanced energy and electronics.

  • Meet employers to build your personal network for available job opportunities
  • Get coaching from Career Specialists (coordinated through LCCC’s Career Services)
  • Be on early-alert for new job postings for interviews and employment offers for Engineering, Technician and/or related positions in Flexible Electronics and Advanced Energy Industries

For more information, please contact Christopher Wenz at (440) 366-4748 or cwenz@lorainccc.edu.

There are no events scheduled at this time.

 


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