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Students can schedule an appointment with the Employment Specialist to receive assistance writing and/or updating their resumés, as well as preparing for upcoming job interviews. In addition, students can register with the Student Career and Employment Oﬃce to receive access to the Lee College Rebel Job Link, a computerized job database listing current employment opportunities available to students and alumni. The oﬃce also hosts annual job fairs which bring employers on campus. Job fairs are an excellent opportunity for students to fill out applications for hire, present their resumé to interested employers, and research employment opportunities. For more information contact the Student Career and Employment Oﬃce at 281.425.6572 or online at: www.lee.edu/hirearebel. project LeeWay Project LeeWay is a program designed for economically disadvantaged adult learners with a GED or high school diploma. Most of these students have never been to college and have been out of school for a period of time. Most have a family and realize their need for a results-oriented technical education to support themselves. Students receive college credit to attend a six-week class, four days per week. They learn college expectations, decision making, goal setting, time management and study strategies, career exploration, conflict resolution, and more. Eligible students may qualify to receive childcare assistance during Project LeeWay, as well as when they enroll in technical programs. Pending continuation of funding by the federal government, Project LeeWay is oﬀered twice each year, preceding fall and spring semesters. Special populations Oﬃce The Special Populations Oﬃce serves students with economic barriers to success. Pending continuation of federal funding, the oﬃce assists eligible technical students with childcare assistance, a small lending library of technical textbooks, emergency transportation assistance, a small food bank, referrals to community resources, and Project LeeWay. Student health Lee College does not provide a health center or campusbased medical care for its students. Students are strongly encouraged to obtain their own health insurance coverage. The College does provide emergency (red) telephones and instructions in the hallways of each campus building and first aid boxes in the instructional laboratories where there are chemicals, tools, or equipment that increase the risk of injury to students and faculty. 42 In addition, campus security oﬃcers carry first aid kits, are equipped with radios, and have an established procedure for contacting an emergency medical service in the event of a serious injury, accident, or illness. Student housing Lee College does not provide on-campus student housing. Many reasonably priced apartments are available in the area. Library The Lee College Library extends its facilities and resources to students, faculty, staﬀ, and community members. Located on the first floor of the Advanced Technology Center (ATC), the library continually updates its print and electronic materials, giving patrons a variety of resources that can be accessed in the library or remotely. It holds over 68,000 books and more than 600 print periodicals. In addition, it provides electronic books, government documents, and access to over 85 article, art, and video databases. Research assistance is available whenever the library is open. Patrons can come to the Reference Desk, use the Ask a Librarian email service, chat, or phone. Library computer workstations are intended for academic pursuits and are available to all patrons. The library's Acceptable Use Policy can be found at www.lee.edu/library/about/policies /laup.html/ and applies to all users. Study rooms may be used by individuals or small groups. Some are available on a first come, first served basis; others have time and group size limitations. For students taking online or distance education courses, the library's website has information about resources and services available for Lee College Distance Education students. Need more specific help? Go to the Library Resources Course in WebCT at http://webct.lee.edu. Library hours are posted on the front door and on the library's website. For more information call the library at 281.425.6584. Instructional Labs Learning Resource Center for Allied health and nursing In addition to the Allied Health and Nursing materials contained in the Library, other materials are housed in the Learning Resource Center for Allied Health and Nursing. This Center is located in the east wing of the McNulty-Haddick Complex. A full-time lab manager and student assistants are available to assist students with learning resources. Hours are posted according to semester class schedules.