As a Junior, we recommend gaining professional experience that helps you narrow your career goals by focusing on your strengths. Below are some ideas for progressing along your four-year Career Action Plan. 

  • Schedule an appointment with a Career Coach via Handshake to incorporate your summer activities into your current resume
  • Update your LinkedIn profile with new accomplishments and continue researching LMU alumni career paths and companies of interest
  • Login to Handshake to monitor On-Campus Recruiting activities, such as employer information sessions, companies conducting interviews on campus, and preparation workshops
  • Join and explore The Pride, LMU’s platform for connecting with alumni for mentorship and career guidance. This platform is exclusive to the LMU community, and you can search for alumni based on industry, affinity, areas in which you need help, shared involvement in campus organizations, and more
  • View a list of companies where LMU students have interned, and begin networking with fellow students and alumni at organizations of interest
  • Attend our Virtual Career Fairs to explore job and internship opportunities at companies that recruit at LMU  
  • Explore LMU’s Undergraduate Research Opportunities and attend the Symposium to view current student research
  • Apply for a Junior-specific national or international fellowship that provides academic and professional experience related to your career goals
  • Enroll in an internship course to receive academic credit for your experience