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Career Counseling Appointments

Chat with Career Center staff or counselors below during their walk-in availability.

Career counseling services are available online. We have limited access to phone lines. If you need to contact the Career Counseling Department and are unable to utilize the virtual resources, please email careercenter@elcamino.edu.

Career Counseling Appointments

Career Counseling is NOT primarily for Academic Counseling (i.e. Educational Planning, Prerequisite Clearance). If you are seeking academic planning, please make an appointment with an academic/general counselor - or if you are part of a special program like FYE or EOPS, please make an appointment with the respective department. 

Academic Counseling 

If you are looking for prerequisite clearances, please refer to Express Counseling (“Ask a Quick Question) or fill out a Prerequisite Clearance form

If after further reflection of your needs and our services, you recognize that career counseling will be most helpful for you, please request a career counseling appointment by completing the Career Center Counseling Appointment Request Form.

 

Career Center Staff Bios

Henry started as a career counselor at El Camino College in fall 2019. He is an undergraduate alumnus of University of California, Irvine, where he graduated with a B.A in psychology and social behavior. Henry later obtained his M.S. in counseling, specialization in career counseling and emphasis in college counseling at San Francisco State University. Residing in the Bay Area for the last five years, he has worked in a variety of public, private universities, as well as a variety of California Community Colleges in Northern California. Returning back to his native Southern California, Henry is excited to bring innovative equitable change in delivering career services for the students at ECC.

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Lesley is a born and raised Angeleno. A first generation college student. A proud Latina of Honduran background. She has over ten years of experience in both career and academic counseling in higher education working with diverse student populations. She double-majored in Global Studies and Spanish from UCSB. During her undergrad, she studied abroad for a year in Madrid, Spain and also interned in Washington D.C. She obtained her two graduate degrees from CSUN: M.S. Counseling with specialization in College Counseling & Student Services, and Career Education & Counseling Certificate. After her master's degree, she lived abroad in Cuenca, Ecuador for over two years as a Peace Corps volunteer. Currently, she is in an EdD program in Educational Leadership for Social Justice at Loyola Marymount University. In her spare time, she loves to travel, go to concerts, and be outdoors.

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Jacqueline majored in psychology and received her M.S. degree in counseling with specialization in college counseling and student services. She also completed a certificate in career education and counseling from CSUN.  She has worked at private and public universities, as well as several California Community Colleges. Jacqueline has experience with working with students to assist them in reaching their career and academic goals. She now has the opportunity to work at ECC and continue her passion for helping students and assisting them with where they are and where they want to go.