Faculty and Staff

Faculty and Staff

We can partner together to help our students prepare for life beyond LCCC. The best and easiest way to help with students’ career planning is to refer them to meet with a Career Center staff member or direct them to our online resources and events.

At the Career Center, we work with students on career development topics such as deciding on a career path to choosing experiences that make them more marketable in the job search. Students who have clear career goals contribute more in the classroom and actively engage with their academic department. They also graduate earlier with less college debt.

For more information about how you can partner with us email or call 307.778.1351.

How to Get Involved with the Career Center

The following topics are career lectures/presentations offered through the Career Center. These can be requested during classroom time, student organization/club meeting time or as an outside of the classroom departmental program.

For more information or to request a career lecture/presentation please email the Career Center with following information: name, department, course or student organization/club, career lecture/presentation topic, date, time and location.

NOTE: Please send requests at least two weeks in advance. We'll respond to your request within 48 business hours to confirm or let you know if there are scheduling issues.

  • Group interpretation of values, interest, skills and personality. Note: Students will be required to take an online assessment as a prerequisite.
  • Designed to guide students through the process of researching career and major options that best fit their values, interest, skills and personality. 
  • An interactive session designed to expand students awareness of the world of work and how what they're learning in their program of study does increases career possibilities.
  • Designed to explain the benefits of being an engaged student and the impact that has on career marketability. In this session, we'll discuss strategies on how to develop skills as a student both inside and outside of the classroom environment. 
  • This session is designed for students interested in transitioning to a four-year college.
  • Designed to give students the tools to develop and implement their own customized job search plan.
  • Participants will learn what components are needed to create a customized resume sure to get them noticed by the employer.
  • Designed to learn how to create a LinkedIn page that gets you noticed by employers for all the right reasons.
  • Career fairs can be a great way to market your skills to potential employers. In this session, we discuss the strategies and preparation needed to get that interview.
  • Students will learn interview preparation techniques, types of interviews questions, what to do and not to do in an interview and how to follow-up after an interview.
  • Designed to help students navigate how to determine if a job offer will meet their budgetary needs and how to negotiate salary offers successfully.
  • Designed to address professionalism in the workplace and what to do in the first 90 days of employment.