Are you looking for a career opportunity where you can put your education into action,
and add your skills to a dynamic, team-oriented environment?
Would you enjoy working for a local, growing and stable company that encourages growth and rewards performance?
As you search for a place to apply your college education and build a career, we invite you to consider the Lewis Group of Companies. At Lewis, we believe that it’s all about people – people who want great training, a stable job and career growth. That’s why Lewis actively seeks college graduates with varying degrees who possess the the talent, the ambition, and the drive to be successful.
Majors That Fit a Great Lewis Career
Real Estate Development
Additional majors are welcome
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The Lewis Group of Companies has been a landmark employer for real estate development majors for a long time. Providing opportunities for career growth at Lewis Jobs usually attracts real estate and land development professionals. If you’re a college student looking...
Five Great Ways to Find Your Next Job Finding a new job can be stressful. It’s a big decision that will take work and come with decisions that shouldn’t be made lightly. After all, if you have a job now I’m assuming you worked hard to get it. But alas, here you are:...
7 College Majors That Are a Great Fit for Lewis Jobs Since the 1950s, the Lewis Group of Companies has maintained a well-deserved reputation for excellence in real estate development. A key ingredient in our ongoing success is the recruitment of dedicated, skilled...
Friendly Corporate World Introduction Before the beginning of my second year in college, I was given the opportunity to apply for an internship at one of the nation’s largest privately held real estate development companies — The Lewis Group of Companies. When the...
Into the Professional World As soon as I landed on the e-mail, with the subject “Invitation to apply for Scripps Internships for Rising First Years,” (Emphasis on ‘Rising First Years.’ Nice e-mail marketing strategy. Yes, I notice that now.), sent straight to my...