Thank you for your interest in Life University Students and Alumni!
We provide a wide variety of services to our employers and practices to help you identify and connect with candidates from our pool of student and alumni job seekers.
You’ll find it easy to connect with candidates by posting a job on Careers4LIFE, scheduling a Meet & Greet, through on campus interviews, or participating in one of the events hosted by Career Services.
Who are our graduates?
Undergraduate majors seek career opportunities related to fields of Biology, Biopsychology, Business Administration, Computer Information Management, Dietetics, Exercise Science, Health Coaching, Human Ecology, Nutrition, and Psychology. In addition, Life University has a strong Dietetics Intern program.
Master of Science graduates seek career opportunities in the fields of Sport Health Science, Athletic Training, Clinical Nutrition, and Positive Psychology. Many of our Masters graduates are certified through such organizations as the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), National Association of Sports Medicine (NASM), and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Every January, March, September and December, Life University graduates 80 to 120 new Doctors of Chiropractic. Approximately 25% of DC graduates step into their own practice upon graduation. Our other graduates join practices as an Associate or Independent Contractor in an existing chiropractic office. Others buy an existing practice, and many seek to relocate throughout the U.S. and the world.
Symplicity Careers4Life posting board “classified ads”
Careers4Life is our online recruiting system for students and alumni from all academic majors and degree programs. This site serves professions that hire students from the College of Chiropractic as well as the College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies. We encourage employers, practice brokers, and Doctors of Chiropractic to post off-campus part-time jobs, internships, full-time career opportunities, and practices for sale on this site. In addition, posting category for used chiropractic equipment sales is available.
To post an ad follow the login link and choose “sign up and post job”. This will allow you to create an account and post the ad. Already have an employer account? Log in here.
Questions about the posting process or your ad? Please contact the Director of Career Services.
Meet & Greets / Career Services hosted table visits
For hiring doctors and employers who desire a more robust recruiting experience and believe that there is no substitute for face-to-face interaction, we invite you to host an information table on campus. Visits must be scheduled at least 2 weeks in advance. For visits that are scheduled 4 weeks in advance, we will promote your visit via Careers4LIFE, social media, flyers, and on campus video screens.
We host our biannual College of Chiropractic CareerFair4LIFE networking events in April and Oct/Nov. These fairs typically are held on campus and attract 60 practices/chiropractic groups and @140-250 students representing all 14 quarters of the DC program who are eager to network or seek their first post-graduation opportunity.
Undergraduate Career Fairs and Networking Opportunities
Career Services will be engaging with faculty from each major to expose our Bachelor degree seeking students to a variety of career opportunities related to their course of study. Events available to employers are major specific networking events, mock interview assistance, site visits, and Career Services hosted table visits. Reach out to the Director of Career Services to inquire about current opportunities or to share and invitation to our students.
Life University is a member of GACE Georgia Association of College and Employers and encourages employers to consider participating in the GACE Statewide Career Fair in April.
Recruiting Related Policies
We adhere to the NACE Principles for Professional Practice, the Life University Solicitation Policy, and Career Services Campus Recruiting policies and expect employers to do the same.