WSCC Career Services & Jobs
Welcome to Washington State Community College Career Services. It is important that students think about career development early in their academic pursuits. We are here to assist students with resume writing, interview skills and job opportunities. While you're a student at Washington State Community College, prepare your resume, network with industry professionals, and take advantage of College Central Network Services and career fairs to gain future employment.
Spring Job Fair - Thursday, March 19, 2015
from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
At Washington State Community College, we want to help you on your path to an exciting career! If you are not sure where to begin, or you are undecided about a major, consider taking a skills assessment which can match your abilities with a good career choice.
Operated by the Ohio Board of Regents, Ohio Means Success is a new website designed to help students prepare for college and explore different careers. Users can take skills assessments to find careers to match their personality, research degree options, and learn about internships and co-ops. Find out which industries are in demand in Ohio.
If you're having a hard time choosing a major at Washington State Community College, consider using the Ohio Means Success tools to help you decide. In addition, you should gather information about different majors and career opportunities, talk with industry professionals, and carefully evaluate your options.
You've already made the decision to come to college. You're working hard toward your degree. Finding a job shouldn't be as hard.
Washington State Community College is a member of College Central Network Services which connects you with job opportunities, allows you to post your resume online to be seen by registered employers, and gives you the tools you'll need to stand-out at your next job interview. If you haven't already done so, take advantage of this FREE service to get a jump start on your job search! On average, it takes a college graduate 6 months to find a job. Register with College Central Network Services today to save yourself time and worry after graduation.
To use College Central Network Services, current students or alumni need to know their Student ID Number which will be used as their Access ID. If you do not know your student ID number or need to reactivate it, you can call the help desk at 740-568-1949 from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday – Thursday and from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Fridays.
Click the CCN link above to get started. Students will click the "Student Icon" and register/log in. Alumni will click the "Alumni Icon" and register/log in. Employers will click on the "Employer Icon" and register/log in. Further instructions are included on the College Central Network website.
The CCN site is moderated by the Evening Administrator, Greg Mitchell.
Located within the Center for Student Success in the WSCC Arts and Sciences Building , the “Career Services Corner” provides a place for students to look for jobs, resources to help with job searching, and drop-in hours to meet one on one for help with résumés, cover letters and more!
*Drop in hours are posted within the Center for Student Success. You can also schedule an individual appointment for help with job placement.
CareerOneStop Resume Guide – Whether you are creating your first resume or updating an existing one, the CareerOneStop Resume Guide is a great resource for help.
Ohio Means Jobs - A free resource for individuals looking for work in Ohio. Users can search through thousands of job openings, receive tips on how to write a good resume, and much more.
Occupational Outlook Handbook – Operated by the United States Department of Labor, The Occupational Outlook Handbook provides users with occupation profiles, employment projections, and other information.
Statement of Non-Discrimination
Washington State Community College embraces human diversity and is committed to equal employment opportunities, affirmative action, and eliminating discrimination. Discrimination against any individual based upon protected status, which is defined as age, color, disability, gender identity or expression, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status, is prohibited. Equal access to employment opportunities, admission, educational programs, and all other university activities is extended to all persons.