Personal Development 17 is open to all students, and is required of all new EOPS students. Course covers time management, study skills, self-esteem, stress management, test taking, and campus services.
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The Career Center offers a professional counseling service designed to extend career information, career guidance, counseling, and career planning courses to students who are in need of help in selecting a career goal or a college major, or who need help in considering alternate choices.
This specialized counseling service enables students to have an opportunity to determine their educational and/or vocational objectives. It also provides an opportunity to discuss plans regarding a meaningful, satisfying, realistic career selection in a job area where it is reasonable to assume there are future employment opportunities.
Computerized assistance is available for career planning by the use of the Eureka Career Information System.
Location: Student Services & Administration Building (SSA 105).
Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily and evenings by appointment.
Phone: (310) 233-4282
The counseling faculty helps students define their objectives and plan how to reach them. Counselors are on duty throughout the calendar year to provide information which will assist continuing students and new applicants to plan their college program of studies. Students are urged to see a counselor periodically in order that their educational planning may continue wisely. Typical areas of discussion with a counselor include:
To make an appointment with a counselor for educational advisement please go to:
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