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Technology

The Career Center leverages technology to support its direct delivery of services in order to provide a selection of resources to meet the professional needs of all students. Below are the current platforms available to support students, regional campuses, CAPA, graduate students, and alumni.

 

Handshake for Leos

Handshake is University of La Verne’s career network and recruiting platform that helps all students discover new career paths, amazing jobs or internships, & connect with great companies & nonprofits. Visit Handshake to get started!

 

Vault Career Intelligence

Vault provides in-depth intelligence on what it’s really like to work within an industry, company, or profession—and how to position yourself to launch and build the career of your dreams . Vault offers career guidebooks, in-depth industry profiles, daily career advice blogs, ad verified employee/intern reviews. Visit Vault to get started.

Big Interview

Big Interview is a step-by-step system that combines expert video lessons and a interactive interview practice tool to help you land your dream job. When preparing for a job interview, it’s not enough to only read advice you need to put that advice into practice! That’s why Big Interview isn’t just a training course. You’ll get hands-on practice with mock interviews tailored to your specific industry & experience level. Visit BigInterview to get started.

 

What can I do with this Major?

 

What Can I Do With This Major?  allows students and alumni to learn about career areas, types of employers that hire within those fields, and strategies that can make you more marketable in your chosen field of interest.Whether you’re exploring majors or searching for information about your chosen field, this platform will help you gain confidence in your selected major & become aware of possible career paths.Visit What Can I Do With This Major? to get started.

 

CareerSpots, the leading provider of online Career Readiness content, created by career development professionals. The platform is based on the 8 NACE competencies and will provide students with videos and interactive courses to help them articulate the skills employers value. Visit our CareerSpots page to watch videos on career readiness competencies, how to find internships and jobs, career advice from global experts, and student success stories.

 

 

Leo Connect is a digital networking community for everyone connected to the University of La Verne. Alumni can search the directory, post jobs and events, and best of all, easily make your willingness to help known to young Leos hungry for mentorship opportunities. Through Leo Connect, you can:

  • Create your profile and establish your own mentoring settings.
  • Post events and jobs openings at your company.
  • Search the directory by name, profession, or location.
  • Check out all of the University of La Verne’s social media feeds in one place, in the News section.

Visit Alumni Engagement to learn more about services and offerings.