Career Pathways Coaching

Career Pathways Coaching

Book an Appointment with Marcia

photo of Marcia KoenigMarcia Koenig, Career Pathways Advisor
Phone: 541-463-5818
Email: koenigm@lanecc.edu
Location: Bldg 11, Room 244

photo of Zarai EliasZarai Elias, STEP Career Coach & Resource Navigator
Phone: 541-463-5057
Email: eliasz@lanecc.edu
Location: Bldg 11, Room 210
"As the STEP career coach for Career Pathways, I work with students who are receiving SNAP benefits and want to further their educational goals or career technical goals helping them work through any barriers that will prevent them from succeeding their goal. My passions have always been helping others and being involved with the community. Currently, a student working to attain my Masters in Social Work concentration in Adult and Mental ;health, I enjoy running, family outings to the coast, hiking and trying out new restaurants! I was raised and born in Hermiston, Oregon, and moved to Eugene 6 years ago to finish my B.A at the University of Oregon U of O alumuni (Family Human Services program) and have been here ever since."

Book an Appointment with Jen

Photo of Jen SacklinJen Sacklin, STEP Career Coach
Phone: 541-590-2231
Email: sacklinj@lanecc.edu
"I coach ESL & ABSE students on SNAP benefits. A little about me: I grew up in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming (yes, there were wolves in my backyard!), and I moved to Oregon to go to college. I have a BA in Spanish from Linfield College and an MA TESOL from Portland State University. I've taught English as a Second Language and Adult Basic & Secondary Education in Portland and Eugene."

Photo of Jennifer DeRoss Jennifer DeRoss, STEP Career Coach
Email: derossj@lanecc.edu
"I spent my early years in the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas and I am the first person in my family to graduate from high school. Having now earned an MA in English from the University of Oregon, I am passionate about helping others rise through education too. I am also a single mother of two boys and an author who engages in discussions on comics history and fandom as well as multi-platform storytelling."