The Career Center has a variety of services to offer both new and returning students. Students are invited to visit Student Life and learn more about the Career Center. The Center offers:
Cooperative education is the integration of classroom theory with practical work experience under which students have specific periods of attendance at the University and specific paid, evaluated, curriculum-related periods of employment. A student may apply to be admitted to the co-op program after his/her first year. The job assignment may be in the local area or home area of the student. Co-op information may be obtained from the Career Development Office.
The Office of Career Services provides information and assistance concerning on-campus interviewing opportunities, job openings, and job search seminars for graduating seniors.
Currently enrolled students interested in part-time on-campus employment can learn about available jobs and the on-line application process by visiting www.letu.edu/CampusJobs. Jobs are available for all students, including those not eligible for Federal Work Study. Federal work study is awarded to students based on need as part of their financial aid package. Occasionally, in addition to the on-campus positions, there are off-campus Community Service Worker positions available for students eligible for Federal Work Study. For additional information, contact CampusJobs@letu.edu, call (903) 233-3144, or drop by to visit with Brooke Kincade in the Office of Student Success in the Student Life building next to the Glaske Center.
The Office of Career Services handles all incoming requests for part-time employment off campus. Students desiring work off campus are encouraged to do the following: