Oakland’s Lincoln University Announces a Career Counseling Session With Terry Karp

Oakland, California (EastBayDaily) — Lincoln University based in Oakland, announces they will be hosting a career counseling session with Terry Karp from the Bay Area Career Center on Tuesday, September 27.

“This career counseling special is a great introduction for new international students arriving for the Fall 2011 semester,” said Annique Dalley, Director of Student Services for Lincoln University. “This one-hour career session will be very helpful as students can hear from the experts on how to get a foot in the door for a job during these difficult economic times.”

Lincoln University is a private, nonprofit, nonsectarian university providing a synthesis of innovative and traditional education. They provide outstanding professional opportunities for American and International students, educational programs for undergraduate and graduate studies and certificate programs, which are developed to provide entry to successful careers and tools for professional development. With degrees in business, diagnostic imaging and certificates in allied health fields, the students of Lincoln University are well prepared to enter the job market with skills that meet the needs of the contemporary workplace.

Lincoln University provides for a distinctive community of learning made of administration, faculty and students of international origin and outlook. The curriculum is grounded in a program of general studies and is designed to encourage individual exploration of advanced studies in various professional degrees. The university conducts its programs with a conscious focus upon the cross-cultural dimensions of learning.

For more information on Lincoln University and their programs, call them at (510) 250-3772 or visit them on the web at http://www.lincolnuca.edu. Lincoln University is located at 401 15th Street Oakland CA 94612.

About Lincoln University

Lincoln University enrolls more than 400 students in undergraduate and graduate level programs in business administration, English language and certificate programs. A large percentage of the student body is made up of international students pursuing degrees in business administration.


Reenu Shrestna