Virtual Career Support


Our team is available for in person or virtual pre-scheduled individual and group appointments via Zoom video conference or phone call to discuss your job search, graduate school planning, major and career decision-making, and other career-related needs. 

Have a quick, career-related question and do not want to schedule a full appointment? Stop by our office at 158 LSU Student Union on weekdays between 8:30 a.m.—4 p.m. for a quick, in-person answer about our services and events or to get help finding information you need. Drop-Ins for Spring 2021 will end on May 7, but one-on-one appointments may be scheduled after this date.

Schedule your appointment in Handshake anytime or by calling 225-578-2162 Monday-Friday 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

Find more information regarding appointments on our Appointments Page.

In addition to appointments, we've compiled our online resources below to assist you in your next steps. 

Virtual Events & Programming

Making connections with employers through career events and programs is now more accessible and flexible than ever. Employers and Graduate Schools may choose to host virtual events in Handshake and the LSU Olinde Career Center hosts a variety of virtual programs in Handshake. 

View our full list of current virtual events and programs by logging in to Handshake. 

Benefits of Virtual Events:

  • More employers - Employers can attend who have not been able to attend in the past due to travel costs; meaning more connections for students!
  • Ease of access - You don't have to leave your home or rush to events between classes. Just throw on some business casual attire, find a comfy chair and clear background, and login to connect with your future career. 

Job Seekers

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Are you looking for a full-time job, part-time job, or internship?

You are 5 times more likely to get messaged by an employer if you have an updated and public Handshake profile because:


Once you've got your Handshake profile up-to-date, take the following steps toward your job search:

Received a virtual interview offer? Consider these tips in preparing for your interview:

  • Virtual Interviewing: 101, a helpful video from Candid Careers

  • The Student Career Guide has a number of pages on this topic: see page 50 for video and phone interviews, page 38 for tips on building your LinkedIn profile, and page 40 for tips on emailing following an interview.  


Graduate School Decision Making

Major and Career Decision-Making Resources

Understanding your interests, skills, values, and personality is a critical first step to finding a major and career that are a good fit for you. With scheduling just around the corner, determining a potential change of major may also be on your mind. We encourage you to explore the following resources:

Student Employment

Make money, find a community, and develop career skills through a student employment opportunity on or off campus!

Learn more about applying for student employment opportunities.

View university issued guidance on student employment as it relates to remote work for Spring 2021.