LACC Career Center Services

The goal of career counseling services at the Career Center is to help students and alumni learn how to make informed decisions in their educational and career choices. Those decisions should reflect students’ personal goals, values, and interests, and should lead toward satisfying academic work in their major and a fulfilling career.

Career Counseling

Meet with an LACC Career Counselor Online or In-Person!

Make an Appointment

Career Assessments

Learn about your personality and potential skills.

Career Assessments

Major Exploration

Explore LACC Career and Program Pathways

LACC Program Mapper

Career and Job Placement

The Career Center will help prepare you for your next job or career whether you are currently in school, or are a recent transfer or graduate.

LACC Job Board

Use College Central Network to explore jobs and careers

College Central Network

Resume Assistance

Learn how to create a winning resume.

Resume Writing

Career Planning

Learn how to plan for your future career.

Career Planning

Additional Career Resrouces

In addition to Career Counseling Services, LACC offers a number of Career Readiness Courses and Adult and Vocational Education classes.

LACC offers a number of different in-person and online Counseling Classes. 

Counseling 20 (3 Units/CSUGE Area E) is designed for students who are undecided about their pathways, career, and/or educational goals. It is a hands-on and interactive career planning process that includes the following topics: self-exploration, clarification on values, interest and skills analysis, researching career options, interviewing skills, decision making, and goal setting process. Counselors will assist students in creating an educational plan based on major and career pathways.

Counseling 40 (3 Units/CSUGE Area E)helps students explore issues related to higher education that contribute to student success. Topics will include an overview of academic success skills, value and purpose of higher education, college and district policies and procedures, ethics and responsibility,diversity in higher education, educational strategies and planning,interpersonal communication, career development, health issues,and self-assessment techniques.

For additional information on class schedules and availability, click HERE.  Be sure to consult with your Counselor to ensure Counseling classes work with your educational plan.

The Office of Economic Development and Workforce Education (EDWE) at Los Angeles City College works collaboratively with internal and both public and private sector partners throughout Los Angeles County to transform communities through excellence in career education.  You can find out more about LACC's Workforce Education by clicking HERE

The Los Angeles City College (LACC) Noncredit / Adult Education program prepares Basic Skills learners, English as a Second Language learners, disadvantaged populations, and other non-traditional college students to attain the essential knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully acquire and retain employment, transition to college, and/or effectively explore, plan and establish career pathways leading to growth opportunities in high demand occupations.  Learn more about Adult Education by clicking HERE

LACC Career Center Contact

Office Hours and Location

Mondays to Thursdays: 8:00AM - 6:00PM
Fridays: 8:30AM - 2:00PM
Saturdays to Sundays: Closed

Mondays to Thursdays: 8:00AM - 6:00PM
Fridays: 8:00AM - 2:00PM
Saturdays to Sundays: Closed


David Turcotte, Career Center Counselor

Carolyn Darin, Career Center Counselor


LACC Career Center Mission Statement

The mission of the Career Center is to engage, educate and assist students in the career development process to thrive and become successful in today's workforce.