Career Development and Planning
Career Services provides a variety of tools, resources, and services for all students
to prepare for their future career during their time at CCAC. As you focus on your
career development as a job seeker, take a moment to learn how Career Services supports
you along the way. It is never too late to use Career Services - we support our CCAC
alumni as well! Check out what our Alumni are doing on our CCAC Career Spotlights page. Unsure of your Career Path? Check out Career Coach to take a free Career Assessment and learn about job outlook of numerous career fields
in our region.
Use Career Services to discover how you can gain valuable experience by obtaining
work-study employment, part-time employment, an internship/co-op, or an experiential
learning/volunteer experience. Studies have shown that students who are involved on
campus and gain work experience prior to graduation will be more successful in finding
employment upon graduation.
The Career Services department can help you to find your place in the job market by
serving as a connection to the employment community. Career Services coordinates on-campus
job fairs, information sessions and recruiting events. Check out our events page and social media pages for more information.
CCAC Career Services offers an exclusive student and alumni job website College Central Network (CCN). Employers seeking to hire CCAC students and alumni utilize College Central Network
(CCN) to post positions and search for potential applicants. College Central Network
(CCN) is often referred to as the CCAC Job Bank for students and alumni.
Contact us at CareerServices@ccac.edu to ask a question or to make an appointment.
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The staffing and materials provided by Career Services are in part provided by the
generosity of the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Grant.
CCAC Job Search Manual
The Career Services Job Search Manual is a tool provided to CCAC students and alumni to assist in resume building, interview
preparation and finding your place in the job market.
Use this comprehensive book to discover your career path, build your resume and cover
letter, prepare for interviews, search for experience-building opportunities and use
the best available resources to find out about open positions. Contact your campus
Career Services office for assistance. This job search manual was produced through
the generosity of the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Grant.
With Career Coach you can search for careers based on your CCAC program, or search for CCAC programs
based on your dream job.