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Graduates find meaningful career paths, skills to compete through student services

May 05, 2009

More than 900 students will graduate from Lewis & Clark this spring and move into fields as diverse as health care in developing countries, arts education and public interest law. Many of these graduates will have benefited from robust, comprehensive career service programs housed at the undergraduate, graduate and law schools where they discover  that their rigorous educational experience, marked by hands-on experience in the community and a local and global perspective,  give them a leg up in a competitive job market.

Hear from the career services professionals at Lewis & Clark about how they help prepare students for rewarding careers and lives of community engagement:

Minda Heyman, Director, Center for Career & Community Engagement, College of Arts and Sciences

Libby Davis, Associate Dean, Career Services & Alumni Relations Law School

Sharon Chinn, Director of Educational Career, Licensing Services/Accreditation, Graduate School of Education and Counseling

For more information:

Jodi Heintz
Director of Public Relations
503.768.7961
jodih@lclark.edu