LUC Career Centers
The Center for Experiential Learning partners closely with the Quinlin School of Business Career Center and the Career Development Center. Below is a quick explanation of the three offices and our respective websites.
Quinlin School of Business Career Center: The Quinlin School of Business supports all business students including Accounting, Economics, Entrpreneurship, Finance, Human Resource Management, Information Systems, International Business, Management, Marketing, Operations Management, and Sport Management in their search for internships, academic internships, and full-time employment.
Career Development Center: The Career Development Center supports students from all majors except business in their search for internships and full-time employment.
So, how does the Center for Experiential Learning fit in? The Center for Experiential Learning offers information, resources and support for the development of academic internship opportunities. If a student is looking to complete an internship for academic credit or an employer is looking to post a position that offers academic credit for their position, the CEL is likely involved.