Welcome to Career Counseling!
Counseling and Career Development at Santiago Canyon College is here to help students with the career development and exploration processes. We assist with:
- Career exploration and assistance choosing a major
- Linking college majors and training programs that meet individual student needs
- Job preparation services including:
- Job search skills
- Resume and cover letter writing
- Networking and interviewing techniques
Students are assisted in the career decision-making process and job preparation through classes, workshops, and individual appointments. We encourage students to use Career Services on a regular basis!
Undecided on your major and/or career path?
Career Resource Highlight: Roadtrip Nation
Beginning to think about what career you want to pursue? Considering making a career change? The Career Roadmap by Roadtrip Nation is an excellent resource that is free for all SCC students. This online resource begins with a personality and interest assessment. From there, you are connected with potential careers.
What we love about Roadtrip Nation: the fantastic videos featuring real people and real advice!
Visit: Career Roadmap by Roadtrip Nation
Access Code: SANTIAGO
Career Counseling offers programs in an environment considerate of students' abilities, personalities, needs, values, and cultural backgrounds. Through collaboration with both the SCC campus community and industry partners, our goal is to connect students to the world of work while expanding students' self-awareness and engagement in the career development process.
The Career Counseling staff and faculty educate and empower students through the career development process. This is done through one-to-one support, workshops, classroom presentations, events, resources. Career Counseling collaborates with the campus community, including discipline faculty and campus programs and builds connections with local industry partners. Through these services and collaborative efforts, Career Counseling fosters the opportunity for the students to engage in self-reflection and find majors/careers that match their unique identities.