Check Out Our New Digs!

Career Services OfficeFor the second time in as many summers, Career Services has relocated its offices…this time, to the newly renovated space in Buckman Hall!  We’re still unpacking a few boxes and putting things away, but we are open for business!  Stop by Buckman Hall, Suite 207, and say hello!  (We’re on the second floor, just to the left of the Montesi Room, and across the hall from the Academic Services office.)

“Jump-Start Your Career” Forum

The Career Center will present its icon_leader, on Tuesday, January 22nd from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. in Montesi (Buckman 211).  We’ll introduce you to our new Director, Amy Ware, and give you an overview of our current services, as well as some of the new programs and initiatives that we have planned.  We’ll also give you a brief tutorial of our Nace-Link recruitment system, show you some of the new features that have been recently rolled out, and demonstrate how you can best utilize Nace-Link to assist you with your job/internship search.  Refreshments will be available.  Walk-ins are welcome, but we would ask you to RSVP through your Nace-Link account, so that we have a head-count for refreshments.  (Log-in, select the “events” tab, click this event and hit the “RSVP” button.)

Doing Business In Memphis

Doing Business In Memphis DirectoryAre you conducting company research, either for your job search, or for a class assignment?  There’s a tool in the Career Center that can be of assistance.  Stop by to learn more about the “Doing Business In Memphis” database/directory.  It contains information on more than 8,000 businesses within the city of Memphis…contact information, names and titles of officers, number of employees, and more.

The list of companies is searchable according to SIC (Standard Industrial Classification) codes, so you can pull a list of companies that is specific to the industry you’re researching.  Stop by the office to set up a time to use this powerful database tool!

“Life After College” Course

CBU will once again be offering an 8-week course on “Life After College” this spring. The 75-minute, non-credit class will be offered at two convenient times — Tuesdays at 12:40 p.m. or Thursdays at 5:00 p.m. — and will be taught by CBU alumni. If you are interested in participating in this class, please consider these times when arranging your spring class schedule. You will only need to attend one of the classes each week. Below are the topics covered in the course. Each will give you the critical information you will need upon graduation:

  • Pursuing a graduate education
  • Finding a job
  • What to expect and how to succeed in your first 90 days
  • Budgeting and creating a savings plan
  • How to tackle student loan debt
  • Credit scores, credit cards, and credit reports
  • Housing
  • Remaining Lasallian after CBU‘s Guide to Life After College is the book that will complement the course. After you have completed your registration, you may pick up your copy of the book in the Office of Advancement, located in Barry Hall 101. Click here to register for the class today!