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Regardless of your chosen field of study at Life University, the Career Services Office can provide you with information on what it takes to succeed in your career.

You will find out what job search strategies get you noticed and how to create an effective resume or curriculum vitae (CV). If you need help preparing your resume/CV, getting ready for an interview, or searching for job openings for which you qualify, our Director of Career Services is ready to help. Whether you are seeking your first job in the field or are looking to advance after you have gained some experience, you can come to us for advice throughout your career.

Life University undergraduate students will have an opportunity to participate in two off-campus Career Fairs each year specifically designed for students and alumni from Georgia colleges and universities. Whether you are seeking an internship, researching career opportunities or seeking your first job after graduation, you are encouraged to participate in these career fairs. Watch for news about these fairs here on the Career Services page.

  • Georgia Association of Colleges and Employers Career Fair is held annually in April at the Cobb Galleria Centre

For more information about the 2020 GACE Statewide Career Fair, click here.

Career Services creates, sponsors and hosts workshops related to career exploration, job search skills and resume writing. Watch for those to be posted here on this site, and please contact the Director of Career Services if you would like to see specific topics presented in a workshop.

Careers4Life is our Online Recruiting System for students and alumni from all academic majors. Posted opportunities include local part-time jobs, internships and full-time career opportunities.

Job Choices magazines are great resources for information about finding a job, resume and cover letter writing, and even how to network yourself to potential employers. There are two versions of the magazine depending on your area of interest:

Career Services Mission

To support and empower students and alumni in their career development as they make career decisions, develop job search strategies and secure employment.

Campus Location: Learning Resource Center between the Library and the Enrollment Department
Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Appointments Available: Monday – Friday, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (resume/CV review, interview preparation)

Sue Dudt
Director of Career Services


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