The Career Center provides career planning assistance to students, alumni, and community members so they can reach their educational and career goals.
Program planners typically include required and recommended course titles, credits, a recommended calendar, and often the program advisor.
Find out which courses are humanities, which are natural sciences, and which are social sciences.
Search LCC's academic catalog for a desired program of study or a specific course.
Many students complete their associate degree at LCC, then transfer to a four-year college or university.
Earn your bachelor's or master's degree without leaving the LCC campus.
Find out if you can market your education in a related or connected career field.
Explore options for college or career school. We'll walk through some key steps and provide helpful resources along the way.
Browse colleges and universities across the nation by programs, cost and other criteria.
Look up a college you are interested in to learn more about it.
See what's available through the Washington State Community and Technical Colleges system.
Search Washington Career Bridge for higher education offerings in Washington State.
Find the best value school for your degree, and ways to take advantage of free money available to you.
Make an appointment to meet with a career specialist through the Career Center by calling (360) 442-2330. Walk-ins welcome during regular business hours.