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Career and Transfer Services

Achieve your goals by planning ahead. Students get real world experience working on campus – or the college can help you find a job anywhere else. Your Academic Success Advisor will assist you in identifying transfer options.

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Career and Job Placement Center (CJPC)

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The Career and Job Placement Center is here to help you find ways to pay for college and get a job after you graduate. Get help with:

  • Professional development training
  • Resume assistance
  • Job-search strategies
  • Interviewing practices
  • Walk‐in hours
  • Industry‐specific job site visits
  • Industry‐specific career fairs
  • Campus recruiting events with targeted employers
  • Student employment
  • Internships
  • Networking

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Career Exploration

Career Coach

Use this free assessment tool to get career recommendations based on your interests, and learn more about the CLC academic programs that can prepare you for your future career. It also provides the most current local data on wages, employment, local job postings and associated education and training. Take the Career Coach assessment and schedule an appointment via Navigate to review your results with your advisor.

Pathway U

Learn about your interests, personality, skills, and values, and then examine the best paths to take based on who you are. Pathway U aligns your input with career options and helps you identify CLC programs that fit your goals.

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Internships and Apprenticeships  

Internships provide valuable work experience, mentorship and guidance for CLC students. Internships typically last for a semester and might be paid, unpaid or credit based. Apprenticeships combine classroom learning with on-the-job training through an employer. Apprenticeships allow students to be employed with a salary and benefits while working on a CLC degree or certificate. Contact the Career and Job Placement Center for more information.

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On-Campus Student Employment

There are many great job opportunities for students on the CLC campuses. Whether you want to develop workplace skills, maximize your financial aid, or are seeking additional income, the Career and Job Placement Center can help you connect to a great on-campus job.


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Transfer Resources and Events

Though CLC’s credits generally transfer easily, college and universities have different requirements for transfer students. CLC offers resources to help you plan your transfer to make the process as smooth as possible: transfer fairs and events, Guaranteed Transfer Admission (GTA), transfer guides and more.



Transfer Planning Workshop

Begin your path to a bachelor’s degree at the College of Lake County. CLC offers the same general education core courses that comprise the first two years of a bachelor’s degree program at a four-year college or university.