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Career Pathways and Job Center
Damien Danielly, Student Service Specialist
School of Career and Technical Education building, Room 115

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Office Hours
Mondays- Thursdays
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 
9:00 a.m. - 1 p.m.


Career Pathways and Job Center

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Welcome To The Career Pathways and Job Center!

The core purpose of Los Angeles Southwest College's Career Pathways & Jobs Center (Career Center) is to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and insight in career development, professional development, and employment processes. Our mission is to assist students with positive career exploration, whether their chosen career path includes the pursuit of experiential educational experiences or the pursuit of an AA degree, certification or the quest for post-graduation employment. The target market for our services includes the undergraduate student population and employers and educational institutions interested in recruiting. No matter what brings you here, our first-class staff, programs, and resources are ready to support you at every step along your way.

These are just some of the services we offer:

  • Skill & Interest Assessment
  • Interview Preparation 
  • Resume & Cover Letter Review
  • Job and Internship Support

Our programs bring you face-to-face with employers and professionals eager to assist in your success.

  • On-Campus Recruiting
  • Career Fairs
  • Networking Events
  • How-to Workshops
  • Resources

We look forward to assisting our students and alumni with career exploration, internship, job preparation, and job searching techniques. The Career Center can also assess student values, interests, strengths, and abilities through career assessments. Our assessment is administered and interpreted in the center if you are in need of this service. 

What are Pathways?

A career pathway is an educational road map outlining an aligned sequence of courses that prepares students for college and career transition in a specific industry or sector. A career pathway leads to multiple options for students such as concurrent enrollment college credit beginning in high school, industry certifications, certificate or associate degrees, employment, and in some cases preparation for transfer to a university.

Pathway Standards

Pathways generally meet the following criteria:

  • Unique to an industry sector
  • Includes at least 2 courses
  • Has an occupational focus
  • Demonstrates sequence potential
  • Reasonable and appropriate for high school to college
  • Lead to high-skill, high-wage, or high-demand jobs
  • Inclusive of all aspects of the industry
  • Sustainable and viable over the next 10 years


Virtual resources help you get oriented and accelerate your career development.

  • Career Exploration
  • Job Search Tools
  • Job and Internship Listings
  • Professional Preparation
  • Networking Communities
  • Labor Market Information 

You may also find other Career Resources through our online College Central Network (CCN).

This network provides other useful tools in your major and career exploration journey, as well as job-seeking opportunities and postings.