Mission and Goals

The Freeman Center is committed to closing the equity gap by bridging academia and industry to create opportunities for students and alumni to gain a competitive advantage. 

Our team supports students in the life-long process of career development and decision-making by facilitating self-discovery, career enrichment, and workforce readiness.

The Freeman Center is part of the Division of Economic and Workforce Development, whose programs are committed to the success of our local communities and the long-term pursuit of regional economic growth.

Meet the Team  

Career Services at a Glance

About the Freeman Center

The Robert G. Freeman Center for Career and Completion was established through a generous donation from Molly Munger and Steve English, local philanthropists and supporters of PCC. The center is named for Munger's stepfather, an alumnus of the college and a contemporary of Walter Shatford, from whom PCC's Shatford Library derives its name. Dr. Freeman was a Pasadena Unified School District board member and a vocal advocate for the desegregation of Pasadena's public schools. Dr. Freeman passed away in 1975, but his legacy lives on in the lives that have been impacted by PCC and the Freeman Center.