Discover the Job Opportunities
Searching for a job may seem overwhelming and complicated but the Workforce and Job Readiness department is available to assist students and graduates through the process. As a student, it is important to gain job experience. This job experience may be related to your career goal or a job that provides financial stability while completing your education. Employers contact the Workforce and Job Readiness office regularly looking to hire CCAC students and graduates.
Full and Part-Time Jobs
Our staff can help you develop job search strategies to assist you to secure a position in your field or area of desired employment. Staff members can help you, search for full and part-time job opportunities, develop a resume, apply for positions, and prepare for interviews. Graduates looking for assistance should also contact the Workforce and Job Readiness department. Many local employers list job postings with us and job seekers may review the postings on College Central Network. Job opportunities posted in College Central Network cover a wide range of career fields and new opportunities are posted daily.
If you are a job seeker and have not registered with College Central Network, create an account now.
Campus Employment - Federal Work Study
The Federal Work-Study Program is a form of federal financial aid made available to qualified, eligible students. Funds received for the Federal Work-Study Program are provided from the U.S. Department of Education. The college provides an institutional match for funds received by the Department and therefore provides additional funds to spend on the program.
- Students must be registered for a minimum of six credits during the fall and spring semesters.
- Students must demonstrate financial need as determined by the federal needs analysis formula. Factors used in the needs analysis formula include such things as student and parent taxable and untaxable income, assets of both the student and parent and the number of family members in the household.
- Students must be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident or an eligible resident alien.
- Students must not be in default on an educational loan or owe repayment of an educational grant.
- Students must be in good academic standing according to the Federal Financial Aid Guidelines.
Employers interested in hiring CCAC students and graduates should post positions in the CCAC on-line job board, College Central Network. Employers are able to post an unlimited number of positions at no cost. Once an employer registers and is approved in College Central Network, they are able to post job opportunities, monitor candidates, review resumes, request on-campus interview dates, and register for on-campus job fairs.College Central
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