Career Services provides the resources and strategies to support career and employment goals such as:
- Choose a college major
- Develop career plans
- Create a resume, cover letter, and other job search materials
- Find full-time jobs and internships, and make successful career transitions
- Plan how to pay for your future by meeting with a Financial Literacy Coach
- Identify potential funding assistance for school with a WorkSource specialist
Meet with us!
Our Career Advisors and Employment Specialists are available to work with you one-on-one to identify the right career for you, answer questions, and assist with your job search.
Contact us to schedule an appointment:
Penguin Jobs–Clark's Online Job Board–is a FREE service designed to connect job seekers with local employers who have employment opportunities.
8:00 a.m - 6:00 p.m
8:00 a.m - 1:00 p.m
Use your Career Center, in Career Services, to explore careers, research potential employers, choose a college major, or find training programs to reach your educational and career goals. Drop-in services available, or call for an appointment. Students and community members may utilize Career Center computers for career research and job search purposes. Refer to the Career Center Class Usage Calendar for times Career Center drop-in services will not be available due to class visits.
Find a Job
Find a job on campus with student employment, start an internship, or get free job search assistance. All services are available to current and former students, as well as to members of the community. Drop-ins are always welcomed, but for individualized service we encourage you to make an appointment with an employment specialist.
Meet with a Financial Coach
Meet with Clark College’s Financial Literacy Coach to get resources to increase knowledge and awareness about money and money management and help reduce financial stress and increase financial literacy for Clark College students.
Join us for four days of workshops, skill building sessions, and events to assist students and job seekers with career and college transfer preparation. Connect 100+ local employers from a variety of industries to learn about job openings, career information, and tips on how to apply with their companies.
All events are FREE to students and members of the community; no registration required. Earn a chance to win door prizes at each event. Learn more
Workshops and Events
Career Services offers a variety of activities to support career development and successful job search endeavors. Events and workshops are free and open to all, with no sign-up required. The quarterly Student Success Workshops topics include Resume Building, Interview Skills, Destroy Debt, Conquer Credit, Choosing a Major/Career, and many more. Career Days, held every Spring, is four days of workshops, skill-building sessions and events designed to assist students and job seekers with career and college transfer preparation.
Employers Connect with Us
Clark College offers employers a free online database for job and internship postings. Employers can access both entry-level and experienced candidates for internships, part- and full-time jobs, special projects, seasonal employment, and volunteers. Our services are free and open to the public; therefore, the applicant pool will include students, alumni, and experienced community members.
Career Services is here to support your work with students. We provide a number of resources for faculty, and also welcome new ideas! Don’t see what you’re looking for? Email us—we may still be able to help! To make a request email email@example.com. Please include the service you would like, and your preferred date(s) and time(s).
Resume Building Workshop
Learn how to market your education, skills and experience effectively. Basic components of a resume, formatting strategies and tailoring your resume to a particular position will be covered.
Note-taking for College Success Workshop
Taking notes is only one part of the note-taking process. Come and learn about the other two equally important parts of the process, as well as how to create and learn from more effective notes.
How to Work a Career Fair Workshop
Gain confidence and learn to connect with employers; prepare for the May 3rd Career Fair.