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LSC-Montgomery Transfer, Recruitment & Career Center

Check out these LSC-Montgomery employees' paths to success & "words of wisdom" (click on images):

   

 

The TRAC Center has gone D2L. 

If you are a LSC-Montgomery student, you can access TRAC in the online D2L platform.  It's a great way to get direct information that relates to career readiness, transfer, etc.  For access, please contact the TRAC Center.

Transferring to a University?

Check out the LSC-Montgomery Transfer page.

Ready to go to work?

You may want to explore the resources & workshops that are highlighted on the LSC-Montgomery Career Workshops page.

Job Search?

Launch Your Career!  Our preferred job search web site for students and alumni is CareerStar which includes on-campus, off-campus, internships and employment opportunities.  Access over 6000 job openings & internships in your field of study.  Use Resume/Builder TM to create a professional resume.  To gain access to the CareerStar site, please email a TRAC representative.  Once your message is reviewed, a follow-up email will be sent to you with a PIN & link to connect to the site.    

Need a job now?

You should check out the TRAC Job Board for an updated look at local full-time, part-time, seasonal job/internship postings.  Or, for information on researching careers, go to: Career Related Topics.

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

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.


Have Questions?

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.

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TRAC Personnel Profiles

 

 

 
Erin Anderholm
TRAC Advisor
Erin's expertise is in the area of advising students who plan to transfer to a four-year university.  Whether it be exploring potential institutions that offer a specific degree, investigating various majors, assisting with the application process or offering information on transfer scholarships, Erin can guide students as they consider options for potential transfers.


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.


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.


Myla Crouse
Career Counselor
Myla has been working as a career counselor for many years.  Her years of experience in the field will assist you in preparing for that job of interest.  Whether it is in an individual appointment or through the Career Readiness Program, Myla guides students in making the best decisions to prepare for the professional world.

  
Juan Lebron
Faculty Counselor
Juan assists students who are considering options for transferring to various four-year institutions.  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. 


Matthew Samford
Faculty Counselor
Supervisor, TRAC (Transfer, Recruitment and Career) Center
Matthew assists students who are considering potential transfers to the university level as well as those who need guidance in navigating the career path.  Whether it be academic direction or how to best prepare for a specific industry, Matthew's years of experience guide students toward making solid decisions for the future.