Career Services

Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities are made available through the Richland College Career Services Office through a variety of resources.

NACElink Jobs

NACElink NETWORK is an online, national job board for college students looking for all types of employment, including full-time and part-time jobs, internships, and cooperative education positions, volunteer and summer work. Once you have registered at https://dcccd-csm.symplicity.com/students/ and created your personal account, you can search for jobs posted and apply for them through the system or offline.

NACElink Connect has an advantage over the commercial job boards in that it maintains a very strict privacy policy. NACE is committed to maintaining the privacy of personal information that students enter into NACElink Connect. NACE's privacy policy discloses what information we collect, how we use it and how to correct and change it. You can view their privacy policy online here.

Sign Up for recruiting opportunities with local and national employers, up-load your resume and view job listings from hundreds of employers. Apply for jobs through the NACElink Network, submit your resume via e-mail and/or fax your resume as maybe requested by employers.



JOBview

View and apply for hundreds of employment opportunities listed through Software Desktop Application: The Jobview service is accessed from any desktop computer in the Career Center’s two job search labs, using a link provided by Jobview. Local, regional and national jobs can be browsed from the same simple and intuitive user interface. Jobview eliminates the time consuming and confusing process of finding and searching through multiple job sites. The Jobview service integrates many job databases which can be combined with any state jobs database. In addition to libraries the Jobview services are installed in Workforce Centers, Community Colleges, Urban League Centers, and other public locations.



Additional Resources

Additional resources and services provided by Career Services which aid individuals with employment development are: Direct Employment Strategy Assistance, Occupational Resource Library as well as a Virtual Career Library, Resume Development assistance, Mock Interview service, On-campus Recruitment and Job Fairs, and Career direction and Exploration of interest utilizing Computerized Guidance Programs.

For additional resources provided by the Career Center at Richland College, visit us in: El Paso Hall, Rm. EO90.

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