Students are encouraged to walk-in for assistance. Services may include: major exploration, informational interviews, and university research.
This service provides students with the opportunity to learn the details of their specific career choice. This information includes: job description, salary, outlook, and educational requirements.
Employer-Campus Partnerships (On-Campus Recruitment)
Career Services strives to establish connections among local employers and SCC students seeking employment. We recognize one direct method of reaching out to students is through on-campus recruitment. Interested employers should contact Career Services to participate in this program. SCC students should call or visit Career Services to learn which companies will be recruiting on campus.
A variety of career-related publications, books, journals, magazines, and career files are available for students to access and view.
Orientation and Tour of Career Services
The Career Guidance Coordinator provides a guided orientation to the Career Center, highlighting informational resources, programs, and services available to students.
The Career Guidance Coordinator is available for classroom presentations, providing students with an overview of career-related support resources available in the Career Center.
Speaking Connecting Careers (Lecture Series)
This program provides a gateway for professionals to lecture and dialogue with students who are interested in learning about specific careers and industries. Past lectures have included: FBI, public speaking, law, city planning, international business, and social work.
Career Services staff and an academic counselor provide English and/or Math students with an introduction to their services. Students complete a short career assignment, identify an occupation of interest, and explore specific details about their chosen occupation. Any student interested in participating is encouraged to contact Career Services.
Employment Preparation Workshops
The employment preparation workshops assist SCC students with job search, resume development and interviewing techniques. Please call for available dates and times.
Career Development Workshops
Career Exploration (job description, salary, outlook, and education)
Informational Interviews (how to identify contacts, questions to ask, and follow-up)
Referral to Academic Counselor
Career Services staff recommend taking the assessments in a quiet location free from distractions, allowing yourself enough time to complete all the assessments. Take your time answering the questions and always rely on your first instinct when responding. Once you have completed the assessments, please bring a print out of your results to Career Services for an interpretation.