Career Information

Mission

The Career Services Mission is twofold:
1. to promote the value of a biblical higher education as it relates to employment
2. to assist students in preparing to enter their chosen vocations directly or through further professional or graduate studies.

Career Counseling & Planning Looks at:
• Self-awareness and career choice
• Knowledge of the world of work
• Knowledge of personal values, goals, skills, interests, and personality
• Integrating a biblical worldview within the world of work
• Career resources to utilize

Some Questions to Explore in Career Counseling:
• What can I do with my major?
• What should I major in/ How do I decide what to major in?
• How can I get experience in the field in my area of study?

Some Questions to Explore in Job Preparation:
• How can I effectively write resumes, application letters, graduate essays, etc.?
• How should I go about looking for a job?
• How should I effectively prepare for a job interview?
• What are/where can I find some job search resources?

Areas Career Counseling May Address:
• Explore interests/majors
• Research careers /vocations
• Find on-campus/summer jobs
• Search for internships
• Networking/alumni contacts
• Resume Writing Guidelines
• Cover Letter Guidelines
• Conducting an Informational Interview
• Interviewing Guidelines & Techniques
• Conducting Your Job Search
• Graduate School Planning


Lancaster Bible College|Capital Seminary & Graduate School is an equal opportunity institution that does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex (except where sex is a bona fide occupational qualification), ancestry, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or genetic information. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, admission to and enrollment with the College.