Dear LIU Post Parent:
Congratulations on making your family a part of the LIU Post family! Career Services at LIU Post makes a commitment to educate college students, to help them understand themselves, the world of work, and their place in it. We offer career counseling services that combine guidance and resources to empower your student to plan beyond graduation. We also offer recruitment events and networking opportunities to connect your student with employers in his or her search for a career path. Please click here to access our full list of services.
We need your help!
- HIRE A PIONEER! JOBNET is LIU Post’s job bank and career information system free to all students and alumni of LIU Post. Register as an employer using the link on the left of this page and post jobs free of charge. We look for employers offering full-time, part-time and internship opportunities. You can also request an on-campus interview date and find out about participating in our upcoming career fairs. HIRE A PIONEER!
- JOIN THE EMPLOYER ADVISORY BOARD: Career Services facilitates an Employer Advisory Board comprised of area professionals that provide input on their needs for future employees and how LIU Post and Career Services can better prepare them. Members also help to plan and participate in career development initiatives on campus. Participation is FREE and your commitment is what you can give. Contact Jasone Cascone at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- BECOME A MENTOR: Help support our efforts by becoming a career mentor or network contact in our Career Advisor Network. Click here and register as someone with whom an LIU Post Student can connect to explore their career possibilities.
I would like to welcome you again to the LIU Post family and hope that we can work together to make your college student’s career exploration experience an excellent foundation for the rest of his or her working life. Please feel free to contact me with any questions at email@example.com.
Director of Career Development
Career Services, Division for Student Success