ALERT: CCAC will be closed January 19, 20 and 21, 2019 with all weekend classes cancelled

Due to inclement weather conditions, all CCAC campuses, centers and off-campus locations will be closed on Saturday, January 19 and Sunday, January 20 and all weekend classes will be cancelled. The college will also be closed on Monday, January 21 to observe the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. The college will reopen for business on Tuesday morning, January 22.
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  • Online Job Resources

    CCAC's Online Job Placement Assistance Program is open to all residents including students, alumni and community members of southwestern Pennsylvania interested in obtaining or changing jobs. It is provided as a free service to the community. 

    CCAC's Job Placement & Career Services enables you to:

    • access online resources for local jobs and employment trends
    • sharpen your skills with mock interview questions
    • access CCAC's Job Search Manual a helpful resource containing sample resumes, interviewing tips and other job-related resources
    • Register on the College Central website to:
      • create and post your resume
      • have your online resume reviewed
      • search for jobs
      • enable employers to view your resume
      • receive weekly emails about job postings and events
      • Schedule one-on-one interview session with a CCAC employment specialist and use our free computers for your job search at the campus location nearest you


    CCAC Job Search Website Index

    Currently, one of the most common tools of the job search is searching online resources. There are more than five million sites on the Internet and new sites are added every day!

    To get you started, click on "Local and National Job Postings" for a list of some of the most popular websites. These are just a small sampling of the thousands of websites on the World Wide Web related to careers and employment.

    The Internet provides a wealth of information and resources for career and employment exploration. Keep in mind that online job resources should be used to augment your job search, not to replace other traditional methods, such as networking.

    It is also important that you learn to discern which online job resources are most valuable to you. Job Placement & Career Services strongly recommends that you acclimate yourself to online research and job searching by developing the computer skills you need to target Internet career and job sites effectively.

    Video Workshops via StudentLingo

    Videos that would be helpful for your students and include:

    • Exploring Careers & Choosing A Major
    • Mastering The Job Interview
    • Writing Effective Resumes & Cover Letters

    Videos are available by visiting StudentLingo.

  • Career Coach

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    With Career Coach you can search for careers based on your CCAC program, or search for CCAC programs based on your dream job.