For many students, the reality is that they need to work while they are going to college to help make ends meet. We get it, and we are here to help you prepare for and land a job that will help finish your studies and achieve your ultimate goals. Check out the resources below to see where we can help!


There are benefits to working on campus, since it can be easier to balance your work and studies if you are on campus the entire time. Here’s how to find on-campus jobs:

Student Federal Work-Study Program 

If you are eligible for financial aid, you might also be eligible for the federal work-study program. Not only does the federal work-study program provide on-campus jobs for students, but your earnings in these jobs doesn’t impact the amount of financial aid you can receive like other jobs do. And you can gain work experience in your major—it’s a win-win! If you are enrolled in or planning to take at least 6 units, click here to learn more.

On-Campus Student Jobs

Many departments on campus hire student workers up to 20 hours a week to support their programs and services. You can search and apply for on-campus jobs by using the LBCC online job bank at or you can visit the LBCC Career Center located at LAC A-1097 or PCC EE-105.


Find a Job

The LBCC Career Center receives job and internship announcements from a variety of public and private organizations including local employers, government agencies, educational institutions, and the nonprofit sector.  You can search for off-campus jobs by using the LBCC online job bank (hyperlink or by visiting the LBCC Career Center located at LAC A-1097 or PCC EE-105.

Get Assistance Preparing for a Job or Internship

The LBCC Career Center helps students prepare for jobs and internships by offering workshops and one-on-one consultations on a variety of topics such as career exploration, resume writing, interviewing skills, and job searching.  You can view our full menu of services and calendar of upcoming events or visit the LBCC Career Center located at LAC A-1097 or PCC EE-105.

Earn College Credit Through Work Experience Courses

Work experience courses are designed to help students earn college credit through applying what they have learned in the classroom to a paid or unpaid job or internship. You can learn more about work experience course offerings and your eligibility to participate through the office of Academic Services (Link to be provided by AS).