Career Counseling


The Career Center helps students explore career interests and learn about what degree programs are right for them. Working with a career counselor, we will assess your strengths, skills, interests, and accomplishments to help you identify internship opportunities and career goals that match your educational and professional needs.

We also provide many services such as career exploration classes, job fairs, and workshops to help you prepare your resume and develop job search and interview skills.

Career Counseling

Career Counselors:

List Counselors and Enrollment Specialists (Name, Contact Information, and short bio) 

How to Make an Appointment with Career Counselors:

  •  To book or cancel an appointment, you must first log into the SARS-GRID Online Appointment System for either a LAC Counseling Appointment, PCC Counseling Appointment, or schedule to attend an Educational Planning Workshop with your Student ID number and date of birth.
  • Enter your Student ID number and date of birth and click Continue.
  • From the Counseling Appointment menu, choose View or Cancel Appointments.
  • Click the Cancel box and then check OK. On the following screen, highlight Cancellation requested by Student and then click Continue.
  • Your counseling appointment is now canceled. You can proceed to make a new appointment if you need to reschedule the appointment for another date.

Conducting Research 


Counseling Classes (COUNS 7, 48 & 50) 

COUNS 7 – College and Professional Success

Students will compare and analyze student development theories for the purpose of defining internal and external obstacles to career and academic success. Throughout the course, students will practice, apply and evaluate integrative exercises related to academic achievement, self- exploration, career development and professional growth and development.

COUNS 48 – Career Exploration

This course is designed for students who are undecided about their career and/or educational goals. It provides an introduction to a career decision-making model, including personal assessment, self-understanding, career and labor market research, integration of information and goal setting. The course emphasizes one’s self-description as it impacts career choices.

COUNS 50 – Career Planning: A Life-Long Process

This course presents a reflective model of the career planning process that integrates theory and practice applicable in a variety of situations over an individual’s life span. Through the study of various career planning and decision-making approaches, the course is design to explore the importance of how psycho-social, physical and affective factors impact their own cognitive processes. Using self-evaluation instruments and self-discovery processes, students develop life-long learning skills which help them focus on pathways for academic and career satisfaction.

Career Workshops

(What Can I do With a Major in, Career Assessment & Interpretation)

25 Live Career Workshop Calendar