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Career Services

Clatsop Community College offers resources and support to help you make career decisions or conduct a job search.

I'm not sure what I want to do:

CCC students can access the Oregon Career Information System (CIS) for free. CIS has current information on jobs in demand in Oregon and how to get the education needed to succeed. CIS also has career assessments that will help you narrow your search. This system also links you to local and state labor market information. And again, its free!

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I'm ready look for a job:

Clatsop Community College has partnered with College Central Network to host a "Virtual Career Center" where students can build a high quality resume, create an employment portfolio and search for jobs locally, statewide and nationally. Go to College Central Network
College Central Network also has podcasts available to help students with their job search.

 

I need to practice for an interview:

Perfect Interview is an online interview preparation service available to help students practice responding to thousands of targeted interview questions. This service is provided free to all Clatsop Community College students. Get Perfect Interview. Need help with Perfect Interview? You can also call our Program Specialist at 503-338-2668.

 

Employers:

If you are interested in advertising your job at Clatsop Community College, you can now take advantage of our free job posting service through College Central Network. Simply create an account at www.collegecentralnetwork.com/clatsopcc and we will follow-up to help you post your job. If you have any questions, please call our Program Specialist at 503-338-2668.

All employers posting on College Central Netork must comply with Clatsop Community College's non-discrimination policy: "Organizations recruiting through Clatsop Community College certify that they are equal opportunity employers, offering employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin or age, and provide equal opportunity to handicapped individuals, disabled veterans and veterans of the Vietnam era."

 

 

Resume Help:

If you need help building a resume, this template will guide you in creating a modern resume that highlights your experience and education.

 

Labor Market Information:

The Oregon Labor Market Information System (OLMIS) has county level information about annual job openings, growth industries and training opportunities.

O*Net Online has information about careers nationwide including outlook for growth, training opportunities, career interest surveys and information for veterans.

Last Updated: 
April 14, 2014, 10:05 am
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