Faculty and Staff
At the Career Center, we are dedicated to assisting all students in their career explorations
and career development needs. Developing relationships with faculty and staff across
campus plays a crucial role in helping us fulfill this commitment.
Post a Job
The Job Connection is a FREE online job listing for students to find on-campus and off-campus employment, as well as internships and volunteer work.
On-Campus Supervisors You may post On-Campus Jobs or Internships on the Job Connection and either Register and Post a Job, or if you are returning, simply Log In.
Instructors Please encourage students to use the Job Connection, the only online posting system geared specifically for SBCC students. They can access the Job Connection through their Pipeline accounts, and clicking on the Life tab, scroll down and click on Student Jobs.
You can have an in-class presentation from the Career Center on the following topics. Please email Janna Mori, firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule.
- Career Center Overview (15 minutes)
- Choose a Major Activity Assignment Introduction with Resource Demo (30 minutes)
- Résumé Workshop (30 minutes)
- LinkedIn - Social Networking for Careers and Job Searches (15 minutes)
- Interview Tips for Success Workshop (30 minutes)
Events and Workshops
Each semester the Career Center offers many events and workshops on a variety of career
development and job search/readiness topics.
Refer a Student
Please send students needing assistance with majors, career exploration, job searches and job readiness directly to the career center. We offer counseling on a drop-in basis and can direct them to the Career Center services which will best meet their needs.
Choose a major
What can I do with a major in …
Résumé and interviews
Take a Career Assessment
Meet with a Career Counselor
Find a Job or Internship
Classes and Workshops
Learn about General Work Experience
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