CCAC students have access to materials from a variety of colleges and universities, including brochures, catalogs, applications, video cassettes, Internet sites and databases, computerized college and university search programs, and scholarship and financial aid information.
|Looking For A Job?|
Register online for the CCAC Job Bank. It's a great place to look for local jobs listed through CCAC.
Graduates looking for a job also should register at the Job Placement & Career Services office. Many local employers list job vacancies with our office. In processing employers' hiring inquiries, staff members rely upon students' registration, resume and letters of recommendation.
The Job Placement & Career Services office offers on the CCAC Job Bank listings of local opportunities for full- and part-time employment.
Our professional placement staff helps students develop career search strategies exploring how to tap into hidden job markets. Staff members can help students investigate career openings, job opportunities and job growth potential in various fields.
Help is available to students preparing resumes and cover letters. The resume can be students' most important tool in obtaining an interview. Students may bring resumes for staff members to review. Placement Manuals with how-to information for writing resumes and cover letters are given free to students and can be accessed by clicking on CCAC Job Search Manual.
A Career Library is available for student use. It contains information on careers, salary ranges, educational qualifications, long range job predictions, how to conduct the job search, and choosing a major and career. Also click on Online Job Resources to access online tools.
A glossary of terms is available that contains terms and definitions that are commonly used by Job Placement and Career Services professionals. Click on Glossary of Terms to access online definitions.