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Need help deciding on your major?
Assess your personality, interests and values before exploring different careers to learn which careers would be more satisfying to you. The Do What You Are assessment is available through the TRAC Center to help you identify your personality type and career interests. Take the assessment!
How to create your Do What You Are account:
1) The first time you use the program, you will need to register. In an internet browser, go to
www.humanesources.com and click LOG IN at the top right of the screen.
2) Under Register as a new user, click Enter Access Key.
3) Enter the Access Key XTBX3BD and click Submit Access Key
4) Enter the registration information, read the terms and conditions, and click Save & Continue.
Once completed, schedule a follow-up interpretation with a counselor. To schedule an appointment, call 936.271.6218 or visit the TRAC Center in Building C, Room 227.
Do you have questions about the cost of Texas Universities or help on deciding your major? Check out our most Frequently Asked Questions on transfer and careers.
For more information, feel free to stop by the TRAC Center (Building C, Room 227) during regular business hours to schedule an appointment.
Need detailed information on transfer, career or workforce? Check out the TRAC Resource Page.
TRAC Personnel Profiles
Tara Devoley TRAC Advisor
Tara can assist students who are considering a potential transfer. She has the key information that will guide students to make the most appropriate decisions. Whether it be course selections at Lone Star College or options for majors, Tara is instrumental in making the transfer process more manageable for students. Tara also provides comprehensive academic planning, transfer admissions planning, and career advising to students in the Honors' College at LSC-Montgomery and leads our Job Fair and Career events on campus.
Dr. Juan Lebron Faculty Counselor/Supervisor
Dr. Lebron assists all students who are considering options for transferring to various four-year institutions, students who are undecided about which academic major to pursue, and community members who are wanting to transition into a new career. His knowledge of engineering & math-based programs (among others) has given him a good understanding of the steps students need to take to be successful at Lone Star College & beyond. Dr. Lebron is passionate about delivering career counseling, academic counseling, and career resources to our students and community members.
Carmelle White TRAC Advisor
Carmelle assists students who are interested in transfer-related programs. If you are pursuing a degree with an intention of transferring to a university, Carmelle has knowledge that can support students from start to finish. Carmelle has extensive background in admissions, enrollment management, and leads our Transfer Information Session and Transfer Tuesday/Wednesday events on campus. Carmelle also co-leads the Career Closet campus initiative together with Pat McDougall.
Patricia "Pat" McDougall TRAC Advisor
Pat brings years of administrative and leadership experience in professional and workforce development to the TRAC Center. Pat's extensive background in corporate training, leadership development, and fundraising allows her to share her skills and expertise with our students and community members as she supports students with career advising, transfer and academic plans. Pat leads our annual special events programming such as Crime & Justice Week, Professional Career Panel sessions, and co-leads our Career Closet campus initiative with Carmelle White.
Erin Anderholm TRAC Advisor
Erin brings years of experience as an Academic Advisor at both Lamar University and Lone Star College-Montgomery. Her expertise areas include university transfer planning, academic advising, career advising, and transfer admissions planning.
Angela Martin Faculty Counselor
Angela brings multiple years of leadership experience, clinical, academic and career counseling expertise to the TRAC Center as a Faculty Counselor. Angela has worked extensively with our ESOL student population, English department, Fire Science Technology Program, Human Services workforce programs and is passionate about working and providing campus support resources for students who are struggling academically and.or facing academic probation.