Program Resources
Learning Support & Tutoring for Students


We are here to help you succeed in pursuing your academic goals. Check out all the valuable resources and learning tools available for LBCC students.

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Cisco Networking Academy

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As the world changes all around us, acquiring technical skills is what brings opportunity and the promise of education is what offers hope. Who will teach and nurture these world changers of tomorrow, these global problem solvers? We will. Together with our education, instructor, training and employment partners we’ve made a commitment to developing the workforce of the future. Join us as we change the world – one student at a time.


Electrical Training Institute (ETI)

The apprenticeship program consists of five years of classroom-related study. Each apprentice attends a minimum of 240 hours of schooling each of the five years of the apprenticeship. The classes are held at the Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committees facilities. The classroom related study, coupled with at least 8000 on the job training hours, is a time-proven method of graduating a skilled and competent journey-level Electrician.


National Fire Protection Association

As part of its commitment to enhancing public safety, NFPA makes its codes and standards available online to the public for free. Online access to NFPA’s consensus documents conveniently places important safety information on the desktops of traditional users as well as others who have a keen interest. NFPA is committed to serving the public’s increasing interest in technical information, and online access to these key codes is a valuable resource.

Embedded Tutor

  • Tutors spend time in the classroom or lab for hands-on help.
  • Time set aside in our Success Centers specifically for your students.
  • A familiar face for your students seeking extra support.
  • Someone to guide your students towards their goals.
  • Hiring tutors recommended by YOU.

Embedded Tutoring Flyer

Electrical Technology Students interested in becoming an Embedded tutor:    

To become an embedded tutor, you must meet the following criteria.  Successfully completed, Elect 204, and Elect 209.  In addition, successfully completed or enrolled in Elect 212.  If you have met the above requirements, contact Suzanne Engelhardt at for more information. 

CTE Faculty interested in acquiring an Embedded Tutor: 

The Learning and Academic Resources Department is currently seeking courses wishing to incorporate additional assistance for their students. Additional funding has been provided for CTE courses. Interested in having an embedded tutor in your class? If you have a student, you would like to recommend for embedded tutoring? Contact Sean Dominguez at



Work-Study Opportunities

We are now accepting Federal Work-Study Student Position Requests for the 2019/2020 academic year. If you are on financial aid and are interested in applying for Federal Work-Study Student position in the Electrical Technology program, please contact your professor, Department Head or Financial Aid Counselor. If you need help applying for financial aid, please visit LBCC Financial Aid Office for more information.

The 2019-2020 Federal Work-Study Program will begin August 5, 2019, and end on June 25, 2020. Students will be able to start an FWS assignment as of August 5, 2019, and if they remain eligible, work until June 25, 2020, with the exception of observed holidays and the time between the last day of fall 2019 and the first day of winter 2020 intersession (December 14, 2019–January 1, 2020).

  • Students will be able to work 16 hours per week. 
  • CalWORKs FWS students will be able to work 20 hours per week.

LBCC Student Support

Basic Needs Program
Long Beach City College has implemented a Basic Needs program to address hunger and housing insecurity among students. The program is supported by the Healthy Viking Initiative and will provide increased access to food, direct referrals to appropriate housing agencies, and information regarding transportation resources for LBCC students.


Three students walking through campus.Undocumented Student Support – DREAM Services
​Long Beach City College has implemented a Basic Needs program to address hunger and housing insecurity among students. The program is supported by the Healthy Viking Initiative and will provide increased access to food, direct referrals to appropriate housing agencies, and information regarding transportation resources for LBCC students.


An infographic with LGBTQ terminology.LGBTQ+ Student Support & Resources
Long Beach City College strives to create a welcoming and inclusive campus and learning environment for all students. LBCC is committed to serving members of the campus community who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer. In honoring this commitment, the LBCCD Board of Trustees adopted a resolution that officially recognizes LGBTQ History Month in support of its students. 


A group of Marines in uniform standing in line and saluting.Veterans Student Support – Veterans Services
The mission of Veterans Services Office (VSO) is to provide a caring and supportive environment for veterans and their dependents as we assist them with the services they need for proper enrollment, receiving their VA benefits, and other resources necessary to succeed at Long Beach City College.



LBCC Disabled Student Support ServicesDisabled Student Support Services
Disabled Students Program & Services (DSPS) serves as the designated office of the College that coordinates campus-wide academic adjustments for students with qualifying disabilities. Academic adjustments assist in the facilitation of creating an equitable educational experience for all students at Long Beach City College.



LBCC Student Learning Resources

  • Multidisciplinary Success Center
    The MDSC Tutoring Center offers tutoring in Biology courses. 

  • Supplemental Instruction (SI)
    SI is a student success program that provides regular peer-led group study sessions for students in order to help improve their understanding of course material and increase the effectiveness of their study skills.

  • Library Resources
    Check out LBCC Library Workshops and Library Orientations.

  • Student Technology Help Desk
    The Student Technology Help Desk (STHD) supports all Long Beach City College students in accessing and successfully using Long Beach City College technology. 

  • Degree Completion Initiative
    LBCC is dedicated to supporting you throughout your academic journey. Our goal is to help you complete your education as quickly as possible. You are our #1 priority!

  • LBCC Support Programs
    Need-based support programs to help you succeed in college. 

    • CalWORKS
    • EOPS
    • Foster Youth Support Services
    • Foster Care & Kinship Education
    • TRIO GO Project
    • Upward Bound
  • Adult Education
    Long Beach City College’s Adult Education program offers short-term personal and professional development courses that are open year-round to members of the community.

    • Workforce Development
      Workforce Economic Development (WED) at Long Beach City College is dedicated to bridging the gap between fulfilling business needs for a qualified workforce and providing education and training, including skill sets relevant to jobs in the 21st century.