Choose a Career or Major

Choosing a Career or Major 

Wondering which career or major you should choose?  Uncertain about how to get started?  Need to change your career direction?

  

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Career Coach  provides the most current local data on wages, employment, job postings, and associated education and training.

 

Choosing a Career

 

Career Exploration

 

Local Labor Market and Salary Information

 

Research the Employer

 

Job Search Techniques 

 

Job Search

 

Career-Specific Job Search

 

 

LCCC offers Career Decision services in different ways: online, in a group or one-on-one consultation. 

Online Assessments

  • My Plan Online Career Planning
    Discover your interests, values, personality and skills and what careers would interest you. Research the careers for requirements, wages, employment trends.

Self Help 

  • The COACH Career Decision Method
    A checklist, web links and information that can help you make better decisions about your future career and program of study. 

One-on-One

  • Consult with a Career Professional if you are feeling “stuck” or want to confirm your decision on a career path or choice of a major program of study.

Program and Career Pathways

With so many degree and certificate options to choose from, it can be overwhelming to set a career goal. New LCCC students now have the option to select from a list of nine Program and Career Pathways when they apply.

The Pathways allow new students to experience coursework from different career options within one of the pathways before being required to select a specific degree or certificate.

Learn more.

 

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Smart Path FWD

Northeast Ohio’s four community colleges – LCCC, Cuyahoga Community College, Lakeland Community College and Stark State College – offer a smart path forward for students, employers and our region. Learn more.

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