Explore career options, create resumes, take career assessments and learn the art of the job hunt
The Career Center provides a wide range of FREE services for our current students and alumni, ranging from career assessments and career guidance to job search advice, resume-writing and interview practice.
Make an appointment to meet with a career specialist for individual assistance in choosing a career and a corresponding major. Explore your options and choose a path that will be personally and financially satisfying to you. Learn how past experiences can be repackaged as valuable skills for a new career.
Get free access to EUREKA to take career self-assessments online as well as research careers, majors and schools. More comprehensive career assessments are available in the career center as well. Email your name and student ID to get access.
Completely lost? No idea what kind of career you want to pursue? Drop by the career center and take the
Strong Interest Inventory (SII). This assessment will take 30-45 minutes. No appointment needed to take
the assessment, but you will need an appointment to go over the results.
Resumes Templates and Cover Letter Instructions
If you don't want to use the Resume Builder, you can download the Resume Writing Packet (Word) and use one of the templates below. For personalized help, make an appointment below to get your resume reviewed in the Career Center.
|Cover Letters||Resume 1||Resume 2||Resume 3||Functional Resume|
After completing a resume using one of the resume builders or templates, send it to the career center to have it reviewed.
Look for signs around campus and check out the Career Center calendar for upcoming workshops on career exploration, job search, interviewing and resume-writing. Click here to sign up for workshops. If there are no workshops available, make an individual appointment to get help.
Labor Market Information
Research industries, job outlook, salaries, educational requirements, and more.
EUREKA - Create an account and research careers, salaries, outlook and colleges. Save interesting jobs and colleges to your planner.
Career Coach - Localized information about industries in Contra Costa County and information about LMC's programs, job opportunities, salaries, and job outlook.
Click here and go to "Career and Major Exploration" for links to more useful websites.
Job Search Assistance
Job boards aren't working for you? You're not alone. Learn how to conduct an effective job hunt. Get one-on-one help or look for workshops online.
Please Note: The Employment Center (x3331) inside the Office of Financial Aid handles LMC's job board and on-campus jobs.
To access open positions, go to College Central Network and create an account.
Practice interviewing and learn how to improve your interviewing skills before you have to do the real thing. A web cam is available so you can see the results, if you'd like.
925.439.2181 x 3110
M Tu W: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Thu and Fri: 9:00am - 1:30pm
NOTE: The career center DOES NOT assist with educational plans or class selection. For academic planning, please go to the Counseling Office in CC2-270 to make an appointment with a counselor.