Career Services will be available during the following times:
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon (By Appointment)
12:00 noon - 4:00 p.m. (Open Lab & Drop-In)
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (Open Lab & Drop-In)
1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. (By Appointment)
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon (By Appointment)
12:00 noon - 2:00 p.m. (Open Lab & Drop-In)
Career Services is located in CC2-224 (Next to the Transfer Center - on the 2nd floor of the College Complex) and is currently staffed by Career Center Counselor Sherry Platt, M.A. For over 20 years Sherry has been serving as a career counselor and corporate recruiter, advising people how to successfully navigate the job search market and discover the work each individual is uniquely designed for. Sherry utilizes her experience to help people find careers and work that is both meaningful and lucrative. Sherry is also the co-founder of the Career Wisdom Institute, Inc., co-author of the bestselling book "Inside Job, 8 Secrets to Loving Your Work and Thriving" and former Vice President of the Rainbow Community Center's board of directors.
To make an appointment meet with the Career Center Counselor, Sherry Platt, use the following link:
We also encourage you to use the many resources available on this website to assist you in various areas of career development, from career and major exploration to resume writing and interview preparation, and in building competitive job search skills.
Click here to begin using EUREKA, an online tool where you can take career-focused self-assessments, and research careers, majors and schools. Already have a EUREKA account? Go directly to the EUREKA home page and sign in.
Resumes Templates and Cover Letter Instructions
If you don't want to use the Resume Builder, you can download the Resume Writing Packet and use one of the templates below.
|Cover Letters||Resume 1||Resume 2||Resume 3||Functional Resume|
Click here and select "Career and Major Exploration" for links to more websites.
Campus Job Board
College Central Network Services Current LMC students and alumni may create an account and search campus and off-site job openings. Students and employers must create an account and get approval from the Employment Center.