Welcome to the Robb Center for Career Exploration!
The Robb Center for Career Exploration encourages each student to explore a variety of career avenues to determine which post-graduate occupation will provide a meaningful, fulfilling life. With access to the Robb Center, students can explore the array of careers that are available to them and also obtain career guidance and planning resources to help students attain their professional aspirations. Ultimately, the Robb Center will enhance the Lees-McRae education by ensuring our students are highly competitive individuals in their respective fields of study.
|Career Exploration||Upcoming Events|
|Internship & Job Search||Communication & Networking|
|Application & Interview Prep||Graduate & Professional School Prep|
Robb Center Hours of Operation
Drop-in hours are 2 - 4 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Get a quick resume or cover letter review and learn about ways to further your career.
Can't make drop-in hours? Contact Liz Julian, director of career services, at email@example.com or 828.898.8828 to schedule an appointment.
The Robb Center for Career Exploration is located adjacent to the May School of Nursing and Health Sciences.
Lees-McRae College's expected threshold for overall job placement or graduate school acceptance within six months of graduation is 80%. Though Lees-McRae has consistently maintained an average placement rate above 80%, individual programs showed variance. Some programs culminate in licensure examinations, while others are broad in scope and result in job placements in the general market or result in application to graduate school.
Lees-McRae is fortunate to have small graduating classes which allow faculty and staff members to focus their attention on helping students find appropriate internships/employment or helping them compile graduate school applications. The Robb Center for Career Exploration offers a wide array of career and graduate school preparation events and serves as a centralized resource for students and faculty.
Job placement and graduate school acceptance rates are reported annually by the chair of each academic division and kept on file in the Office of Academic Affairs.