Welcome to Employment & Career Success Center. Students within two semesters from completing their certificate/degree or an alumni who is in need of employment or an internship, you are in the right place. The Center is designed to assist you with all your career needs.
If you are an employer who needs to fill a position or positions, please CLICK HERE.
Employment & Career Success Center has the tools and resources to help! From career exploration to skill development, our dedicated staff works with you to help you discover your professional strengths as you prepare for graduate school or full-time employment.
We are here for you!
Schedule a meeting with one of our job placement specialist to help you with the following:
Workshops are provided by Pathway Navigators, faculty, alumni mentors and industry partners about the various occupations within the pathways, highlighting the different job opportunities available. Individual occupational preferences are examined through the use of reliable and valid career assessments.
Students are provided with assistance with preparing resumes and portfolios/ePortfolios that are appropriate for the specific industry in which they are seeking employment. Pathway Navigators, other faculty, alumni working in the field and industry partners provide information on specialized and unique expectations of the occupations; the Job Placement Specialist, LATTC Career Center and Vernon-Central/LATTC WorkSource center provide assistance with general resumes.
The ECSP Job Placement Specialist provides job search workshops; assist students with posting their resumes on appropriate job search engines and online platforms (LikedIn, Indeed, Monster.com, USA.gov, county and city platforms, etc.); teach students to evaluate job descriptions; provide strategies for non-traditional job search techniques and support students with identifying personal and professional priorities.
ECSP prepares Students and Alumni for all types of interviews (informational, informal, group, virtual and traditional); assists with developing responses to different types of interview questions and methods; assists with non-verbal interview dynamics such as wardrobe, facial expression, body language, tone of voice, etc.; host mock interviews to allow students to practice interview skills and get meaningful feedback; limited assistance with interview clothing is also available to eligible students through the Clothing Closet, Dress for Success and Close the Deal.
To strengthen the pipeline from education to careers by providing encouragement supportive services and resources to connect our graduates to meaningful employment opportunities in their field of study, thus, strengthening the fiber of our community.
Strong Workforce funding is the catalyst of “More and Better” Career Technical Education to increase social mobility and fuel regional economies with skilled workers. LATTC has devised a strategy utilizing the Employment and Career Success Pathway to pilot, implement, and track employment services to students. Employment services are tailored to increase and support current employment strategies within all nine pathways, in partnership with LATTC faculty, Job Placement Specialists, Pathway Navigators and the LATTC Job Coach at the Vernon-Central LATTC WorkSource Center. This initiative is partially funded by an LA Regional Strong Workforce Project and the Bank of America Jobs Initiative.
If you're looking for employment opportunities within the Los Angeles Community College District (including at any of the local colleges), please visit the Employment page of the LACCD website.