"I love the collaboration between employees and the ability of all of us to put student success at the top of our agenda. I love the fact that LCC is still the type of place where we hold doors for each other. I love that LCC is small enough that each individual employee is able to make change on the campus. Most of all, I love that faculty are empowered with the ability to try new ideas in the classroom and not be penalized when they do not work. This attitude fosters an environment of innovation that is contagious."
"LCC provides the opportunity to expand my knowledge while simultaneously allowing me to spread my love for learning. Faculty and staff are passionate about their jobs, making the learning environment one I never imagine leaving!"
"There is such a great community of support on campus. We all strive for the same goal, and that is the success of students, everyone works well together to make sure their students are well supported."
"I really appreciate the supportive, kind colleagues and administration; beautiful campus and performing arts building; motivated and engaged student body; and the ability to provide students the opportunities to explore and expand themselves and their abilities."
"LCC has wonderful colleagues, a cozy, friendly campus, many new and updated buildings, a supportive community, and all in the beautiful Pacific Northwest!"
"My very first day when President Bailey said 'Good morning Tanya welcome to LCC' in the parking lot was mind blowing to me that he remembered my name. Proving this is a family."
"The environment at LCC fosters creativity and growth. Our leadership team is empowering, supportive, and encouraging. Because of this, I am able to thrive in my position at LCC!"
"LCC not only provides a place to work, but it creates a true community. Rather than merely coworkers, we're friends and family; the LCC Family. As Chris Bailey always says, 'LCC Proud!'"
"I love working at LCC because it is the perfect balance of community and academia. I know that each person I see is working towards personal and professional goals in a welcoming and supportive environment."
"What I love about LCC is various people collaborating positively, while improving customers whom bring benefit to the community resources. Conversely bringing elevated growth to students, faculty, staff and visitors. Our environment focuses on growing others which in turn grows us."
"What I love about LCC is the sense of community created by the people who work at LCC, as well as the students."
"LCC is a wonderful place to work. Everyone has been so supportive and I have enjoyed making good friends. The campus is beautiful. This is the most rewarding job. It makes me smile every day."
"I love working at LCC because they care about their staff, and about our Head Start/ Early Childhood Education Assistant Program. LCC partners with us to provide parents with an education, and to spread the word to others about the work that we do and its importance."
"One thing I especially love about LCC is the Transitional Studies Department which allows students to obtain high school diplomas and complete college prep classes for $25 per quarter, thus making higher education more affordable."
"I love the diversity of the college student body! You are young, old, disabled, educated, wealthy, poor, veterans, parents, terrified, resourceful, over achievers, creators, debaters, strategists, practicing, developing, and applying future vision. Students ARE LCC!"
"I love the staff that I have the opportunity to work with and the children and families that I come in contact with every day."
"Everyone at LCC is totally focused on improving the lives of students and community members. Faculty and staff are experts in their field and yet completely approachable. It's great being part of this team."
"I greatly enjoy working at LCC, especially in the Transitional Studies Department. Working with our international students in ESL is my passion and I welcome our immigrants and refugees as they strive to better themselves while learning English and valuable life and work skills in their new culture."