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As mentioned in the email to all students on Friday (March 13), the Gateway Career Center will continue to provide our services to students remotely while the COVID-19 plan for the college is in place.
All of the Gateway Career Center services are available and will be conducted either by phone or Zoom effective immediately. Please call the office at (610)-330-5115 and we will be happy to assist you.
All employer events will either be postponed or conducted virtually. If you are currently signed up for an upcoming scheduled event, the employer relations team will contact you with information regarding that specific event. For future events, check CareerSpot regularly just as you normally would.
If you have any additional questions, please call the Gateway Career Center main office number at: (610)-330-5115 during business hours (M-F—8:45amEST-5:00pmEST) and we will assist you with your needs. You may also email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will continue to provide updates to this page as they are warranted.
Please know that the health and safety of our students, staff and the entire Lafayette community is our top priority!!
Our experienced team is ready to provide one-on-one assistance to help you explore your interests, gain professional experience, and guide you as you make decisions that define your future.
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