Career Center

Explore careers. Find a job and land it. At the Career Center, we can give you the tools you need to get into a good career that makes you happy.

LCCC Spring Career Fair 2015

April 22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Multipurpose Gym

All employers, students and community members can go to LCCC's Spring Career Fair 2015 College Central Network Web page to learn more.

Career Month Schedule

Career Month Calendar

Job Search Strategies Boot Camp - Designed for individuals who are interested in making themselves more marketable in competitive job market. In this session we will be discussing all areas of the job search process including branding, resume writing, professionalism, career fair preparation, and interviewing.

Drop-in Resume Review(Students only) - Attention students: Come to the Career Center and get your resume reviewed before the Spring Career Fair. No appointment needed.

Dress for Success: Career Fair Preparation - Career Fairs can be a great way to market your skills to potential employers. In this session you will learn the strategies and preparation needed to distinguish yourself from other career fair attendees that will help you get that interview.

Chat n' Chew:Meetups for Motivated Individuals (Students only) - Designed to be a time to discuss career topics and share knowledge in an open and welcoming environment. Come join us for some great conversation and engaged learning that will help you be better prepared for your future after college.

Getting LinkedIn - Create a LinkedIn page that gets you noticed by employers for all the right reasons.

Mock Career Fair (Students only) - Designed as a way for students to practice their career fair strategies and gain useful feedback before going to the actual Career Fair.

The Do's and Don'ts of Job Applications -Informs and educates job seekers on the proper techniques to fill out applications (paper and electronic0. The workshop covers how to successfully submit applications to perspective employers.

Conquer Your Interviewing Techniques and Fears -Learn interviewing skills that will help you distinguish yourself from other candidates. Participants will learn interview preparation, types of interviews questions, what to do and not to do in an interview, and follow-up of an interview that will help you land the job.

The Nuts and Bolts of a Resume - Grab the employer's attention with a resume that will market you. Participants will learn what components are needed to create an eye-catching resume, which resume format is perfect for you, and the most common resume errors.

Marketing Yourself - Designed for those who are ready to market themselves to be the best candidate to meet an employers' specific needs. Includes information on developing your elevator speech and using social networks to increase your marketability.

Wyoming at Work 101 - An overview of the services available at the Cheyenne Workforce Center and includes logging into the Wyoming at Work website, developing job search skills, training opportunities, and other workshops to assist you in your job search.

Applying for Federal Jobs -Learn general information of the hiring process, using special hiring authorities, how to search for Federal Jobs, and how to complete Federal Job applications and resumes

College Central Network


Services & Resources

  • Local and regional jobs
  • Job and career resources
  • Career exploration resources
  • What can I do with this major?
  • Occupational information (description of work, hiring outlook, salary potential, etc.)
  • State and national labor market information 
  • Résumé and interviewing tools
  • Career fairs and events
  • Tools for employers
  • All services are free to students, LCCC employees and alumni.