Career Services and Internships/Externships
While Lincoln University makes no explicit or implied guarantee of job placement for graduates, it does provide career guidance. By arriving at an early decision regarding career directions, students can make the most of their academic programs. Students get individual help in career exploration, advise and critique on resumes, cover letters, and assistance in determining job objectives. Students also have an opportunity to practice and polish up their interview skills during numerous career-focused workshops. Both full-time and part-time job opportunities are posted on bulletin boards at the University.
International Student Employment Opportunities
All international students must comply with the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) regulations and should consult a designated school official or the Director of Records before accepting any internship (paid or unpaid) opportunities.
College Central Network
College Central Network (CCN) is the primary job search platform of Lincoln University that allows Career Services staff, students, alumni, and employers to interact with the ultimate goal of connecting job-ready students and alumni with career opportunities by providing career-related programs, events, articles and podcasts to assist students find all types of jobs (full-time, part-time, internships, co-ops).
Please visit CCN Network to take the advantage of it. Click Here