Lansing Community College

Job Search Resources

Student JobLink

Visit to:

  • View all CES events
  • Schedule career advising appointments
  • Search postings for off-campus jobs

CareerSpots Videos

View over 40 short videos on a variety of topics related to job searching.

Job and Internship Search

View sources for on-campus, off-campus, and remote job and internship opportunities.

Parker Dewey Micro-Internships

View flexible, paid, professional Micro-Internship projects on Parker Dewey.


Just starting to explore careers or thinking of making a career change? No matter where you are in the process, Career & Employment Services is here to help. CES offers free career assessments to help identify your interests, skills, and values and can provide information on careers that may be a good fit for you. A career advisor can meet with you to discuss the results and help you develop a career plan.

PDF FileDefining My Career Identity Guide



Get started with Career Coach
Take the Career Coach interest assessment to help find programs and career pathways that may be right for you. Be sure to click the sign up button in the top right corner before starting the assessment. The detailed (60 question) assessment is recommended.


Getting Started
Who am I
Informational Interviews


Whether you're looking for your first job, searching for an internship, have years of experience, or are changing careers - everyone needs a résumé. Creating a package that includes a résumé, cover letter, references and more - and keeping these items up to date - helps you establish and maintain a professional brand. Establish a professional social media presence by working with a career advisor to create a LinkedIn account.

PDF FileBrand Yourself Guide



Make Your Resume POP
The Cover Letter
Perils of Social Media


Employers are looking for well-rounded applicants. Joining student organizations, volunteering, and working while you’re at LCC are great ways to gain experience and build a résumé to help you stand out.

PDF FileGet Career Ready Guide



Advice from Graduates
Internship to Job Offer
Remote Work Success


Ready to launch your job search? CES is here to help you develop a job search strategy and prepare and practice for your next interview.

To get started, visit the Career Center in the Gannon Building, Room 2219 or call 517-483-1172 to make an appointment.

PDF FileCreating Job Hunting Success Guide



Importance of Networking
Tips for Researching a Company
Behavioral Interviewing
Gannon Building Exterior Glass

Contact Us

Career Center

Gannon Building, Room 2219
Phone: 517-483-1172

Fall and Spring Hours for Services
Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm

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