Our Benton Harbor Campus is open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Our Niles and South Haven campuses close at 4 p.m. on Friday; check additional hours for some student services on the myLMC page. Before you come to campus, please call (269) 927-1000 to make sure your needs will be met.
Whether you need a part-time job to earn money or an internship or co-op position to complement your education, Lake Michigan College can help. Our job board is even available after you are ready to find a full-time position in your new career.
Full-Time and Part-Time Job Postings
Both students and community members are encouraged to use our online job board to submit a resume and search hundreds of local job postings. Visit http://www.collegecentral.com/lakemichigancollege to sign up!
As a student, other opportunities available to you include work-study positions, co-ops, internships and job shadowing.
Work right on campus through the Work Study program! With a work-study position, you get valuable work experience and marketable skills while being right in the middle of all the action on campus. Find out more at about getting experience and earning extra money with the work-study program.
With a cooperative education (co-op) position, you will develop your skills through hands-on experience, combining classroom study with planned, supervised work experience. At Lake Michigan College, a co-op position can be paid or unpaid, and you will earn college credit. Contact the Career Center at (269) 927-4103 or email@example.com for details.
An internship gives you the opportunity to gain valuable work experience, build your resume, and network with local professionals in your chosen area of study. At Lake Michigan College, an internship can be paid or unpaid and you will not earn college credit.
One internship program offered is the Earn and Learn Internship Program Sponsored by the Whirlpool Foundation. The application is available in the spring and responses are due mid-May for the following fall. All Earn and Learn Internships are paid.
Job shadowing is the perfect way for you to explore different career interests by accompanying or shadowing an experienced worker throughout a typical workday. You will gain a better understanding of what it is really like to work in that particular field. At Lake Michigan College, a job shadowing experience is short-term, unpaid, and does not lead to college credit. Contact (269) 927-4103 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details.