Upcoming Events

Monday, August 19th 4PM - Professionalism in the Workplace (Required for all Fall 2024 Interns)

Thursday, August 22nd 10AM-2PM - Student Job & Activities Fair in Granberry

Thursday, September 12th 11AM - Resume Skills Workshop in Granberry

Thursday, November 7th 10AM-2PM - Career Fair in Granberry (Professional Headshots 11AM-12PM)

Thursday, November 14th 11AM - Interview Essentials Workshop in Granberry


The Center for Calling and Career will serve as the oversight for the College’s Experiential Learning Initiative (ELI) which equips students to complete two of the following during their academic career: Research w/a prof; Study Abroad; Service Learning; & Internships. The ELI framework offers students credible learning opportunities which will be legitimate and included as part of a student’s transcript. This approach truly sets our students apart. Our vision is to provide our students with professional opportunities to truly use the knowledge learned in the classroom and apply it through each of these experiences.


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Student Intern Spotlights

Louisiana Christian University is excited to host a Career Fair for our students to be held on Thursday, November 7th from 10AM-2PM in Granberry Conference Center on LCU's Campus.

Parents & Family

Parents & families play a vital role in the life and success of a student. When the stress of picking a major, developing their gifts and skills, searching for experiential learning opportunities, or planning for life after graduation hit, you are often that first call and listening ear. We hope you will encourage your student to connect with and utilize the office of The Center for Calling and Career!


Partner With Us!

REFER your students to The Center for Calling and Career

ENCOURAGE them to utilize our resources and services

Don’t cancel! INVITE Center for Calling and Career to your classroom, departmental chapel, or team meeting!

We want to help you discover God's call for your life and learn more about yourself and your career options. If you are unsure of your career path, we encourage you to take our Career Assessments. Access code for all students: wildcats

Students & Alumni

Request An Internship

Please fill out the form if you are interested in an internship.


Host A Wildcat.

Please fill out the form if your organization has the need for a Louisiana Christian University Student Intern.


Office Phone: 318-487-7138

Schedule Your Appointment

Career assistance is available for students unsure of their career major or needing more information about their chosen career field. Free of charge to all students, assessments examine students' values, interests, and activities to match career options. Assistance is also available in preparing resumes, cover letters, job search skills, and interview skills.

In an effort to link prospective employers to students, a career fair is held every spring semester. Students may learn about full-time career opportunities, part-time jobs, internships, and summer employment opportunities.

For more information please contact the Student Development office, Meredith Rennier @ 318-487-7138 or email Meredith.Rennier@lcuniversity.edu


“The Louisiana Baptist Foundation is grateful for the partnership with Louisiana Christian University related to its internship program.  This program is such a great benefit to organizations like the Foundation that gain from the giftedness and skillsets of students while giving the students real-life experiences in the workplace.”

– Dr. Jeffrey Steed, Executive Director

Student Resources

Alumni Spotlights

Frank B. Ashley III, EdD

Frank B. Ashley III, EdD

Frank B. Ashley III, EdD
Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education


It is hard to believe that I arrived on the campus of  Louisiana Christian University forty-nine years ago.  My family really did not have the money for me to attend college but I had a National Defense Student Loan, music scholarship, and an alumni Scholarship.  Forty-nine years later, I can truly say that everything that I have accomplished during my personal and professional career can be contributed to arriving on campus at Louisiana Christian University. No matter how much I give, I know that I can never repay the debt that I owe to the faculty, staff, and administrators that molded me into the individual that I am today.

Dr. Arthur Mazhambe

Dr. Arthur Mazhambe

Dr. Arthur Mazhambe
Professor of Business


I had no idea that my time as a student at Louisiana Christian University was a training ground for when I would also guide students in the pursuit of their education one day in the future. God prepared me for a calling and career even at that point.

Dr. Sheri Duffy

Dr. Sheri Duffy

Dr. Sheri Duffy
Associate Professor of Social Work; MSW Program Director


I have found since completing my education that my calling allows me to serve others in an effort to help them improve their circumstances. In fact, I see my calling in social work as being the hands and feet of Christ striving to bring Hope to many people through service.

Dr. Amanda Dubois

Dr. Amanda Dubois

Dr. Amanda Dubois
Associate Professor of Biology


I am starting my 10th year teaching biology at Louisiana Christian University this fall and I regularly tell people that I have the best job; I get paid to talk about biology and Jesus, two things I regularly do for free.

Maria Sawtelle

Maria Sawtelle

Maria Sawtelle
Bachelor of Science in Nursing


Louisiana Christian University allowed me to fulfill my calling of becoming a nurse by offering an environment to further my education and grow in my faith.

Shelia Johnson, M.S.

Shelia Johnson, M.S.

Shelia Johnson, M.S.
Bachelor of Arts in Health, Safety and Physical Education
- 2006 Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame Inductee


I chose Louisiana Christian University because it provided an education that would prepare me for a vocation as a teacher and a community leader and helped me grow in my Christian faith.  The same core values I received at LCU many years ago, remain as qualities still available at our school “on the hill.” 

Brian Manuel

Brian Manuel

Brian Manuel
Dean of Students; Assistant Professor of Media and Communication


Being a professor, and now the Dean of Students at LCU, has allowed me to take both my natural talents and the spiritual gifts from the Lord and use them daily. Being around students in such a transitional time of life allows for authentic relationships to form, and mentorship becomes a natural part of everyday.