2019-2020 Traditional Undergraduate Student Handbook

Counseling and Career Center (C3@LBC)

The Counseling and Career Center (C3) at LBC is committed to connecting students at LBC with free, biblically-based, professional counseling services. C3 provides a holistic approach, viewing all aspects of a student’s life as interrelated. Personal, spiritual, academic, financial and career concerns are all appropriate topics for counseling.

C3 provides undergraduate students with confidential, short-term counseling services. Individual and group counseling services can help students address issues of how to manage a myriad of concerns, from the day to day stress of life to issues that seem to define our very identities. If you or someone you know is considering speaking to a counselor, you will be provided a safe and relaxed environment where you can address the concerns that have weighed you down throughout the semester.

If you do not desire or need a counseling experience, but maybe have a question about how to handle a difficult roommate, a situation at home or a sticky relationship, you can simply schedule a one-time consultation with a counselor in the C3 office.

Career counseling is also available through the C3 office. Meet one-on-one with a career counselor, or pick up information related to choosing your major, résumé writing, networking, interviewing, job searching, and more. An electronic job board is hosted by C3 at www.lbcjobs.com listing full-time, part-time, and summer jobs as well as internships. C3 is also open all day on Fridays during the semester for “Résumé Review” from 8:30 am-4:30 pm. Stop in with your résumé for helpful feedback and tips.

Students can contact C3 directly by phone at (717) 560-8200 ext. 5801 or via email at c3@lbc.edu or stop by our location on the second floor of Miller Hall (Upper Miller). The Center is open Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-4:30 pm. For more information on the Counseling and Career Center, visit www.lbc.edu/c3.