By: Chelsea Seibles
The Lander University Office Career Services provides Lander students with many differences job search strategies. Amanda Morgan, the director of career services discusses how they help freshman to seniors, as well as alumni. Morgan said, “We help students with career paths related to their majors.” Morgan and her staff help with internships, part-time work, full-time work, resumes, and interviews.
If a student wanted to apply to graduate school, she could come to the career services office. Career services will help the student write a statement of purpose for applying to graduate school. Morgan discussed how the majority of the students come for GRE and LSAT test preparation. They also have the NCAT which is for medical school and the DAT for dentistry school.
“I also do in-class presentations for faculty on career related topics, workshops on professionalism, and student worker training,” said Morgan. In the last semester, Morgan met approximately 120 students and did 40 to 45 in-class presentations. Most of the in-class presentations were for business administration, education, and exercise science students.