Career Services staff provide all students opportunities
to learn about a significant number of career opportunities
and, in many instances, opportunities to interview directly
for part-time, summer, or full-time career employment.
Career Services staff assist graduating seniors and alumni
in making connections with employers who offer full-time career
employment and, hopefully, satisfying and fulfilling careers.
Resume and credential files are maintained for referral services
to employers. Workshops on various job-hunting topics are presented
each semester, and employers are invited on campus.
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Job Listings — Hundreds of new job opportunities and
sources each week for any registered student. Full-time, part-time,
credit, non-credit, internships, and co-op are listed.
On / Off - Campus Recruiting and Interviewing
— Registered students can discuss employment opportunities with
businesses, government agencies and schools. Career Services
is contacted by a number of businesses each semester who want
to interview students just like you. Requests are posted in
a designated area in each of the Division buildings on campus.
Career / Job Information Days — Opportunities
exist for all students, faculty and staff to explore career
options by meeting with representatives from various organizations
and gathering information about different careers. WSC hosts
a job fair each spring open to everyone. Career Services also
receives information on other job fairs in the area.
Workshops — Resume and Cover Letter Services,
Job Search-Special offerings are provided each semester for
any interested WSC student. Topics include : Resume Preparation,
Cover Letter and Follow-up Letter Writing, Interviewing Techniques,
and Job Search Hints. Students receive valuable tips and take-home
guides to lead them through specific processes.
Credentials and Resume Referrals— Any senior can
set up a credentials file and receive a job search handbook
and employer directory. Complete credentials packets and / or
resumes are then sent upon request to potential employers.
Videotapes, Printed Materials and Job Search Handbooks
— This mini-library of books, pamphlets, job search guides,
employer directories, and other resources in the resource room
is available to all students, faculty and staff. Subjects covered
include job search strategies, interviewing, resume writing,