• Life and Career Options Program 

    Life Career Options

    If you’re an adult student at CCC experiencing the challenges of a major life transition like divorce or loss of employment, the Life and Career Options Program (LOCP) at CCC can provide you both support and assistance.

    Coursework and activities will help you build confidence as you enter or re-enter an academic environment to explore career options and educational opportunities.

    LCOP is designed to provide the options, tools, and support needed for adult students as they plan to make a better life for themselves and their families by overcoming barriers to self-sufficiency.

    Topics include:

    • Successfully navigating transitions
    • Evaluating interests and skills
    • Building self esteem and confidence
    • Developing networking abilities
    • Career and life planning
    • Interview techniques
    • Resume development

    LCOP classes are offered Fall, Winter, and Spring terms. Instructor consent is required. 

    Contact the Oregon City campus Student Success Center for more information at 503-594-3475.

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