Faculty and Staff Resources
Below are some of the services that Career Services offers to the campus community.Â Most services can be offered either remotely or in-person.
Classroom Presentations and Workshops
Career Services staff is available to facilitate presentations such as job search and career exploration topics or how to use CCM-sponsored career tools.Â Let us know how we can help.Â Here are some suggestions:
- Resume builder and interviewing skills using Skills First
This resume builder combines expert advice, high-quality samples and actionable job market information to help create focused, targeted resumes for every job opportunity. Use the integrated O*NET database to target resumes for specific opportunities.Â Over 900 occupation-specific interviews as well as nearly 2 dozen interview types (such as behavioral or the ‘elevator pitch’). There are also 100 hours of professional video coaching.Â Custom interviews can be created for your classes by recording specific questions and/or accessing the keyword searchable 12,240+ database of Skills First questions.
- Researching careers using Candid Career
Candid Career offers career information and advice on getting hired through hundreds of informational interview videos, sorted by industries, career titles and college majors.Â Students can learn from professionals in the real world what it is like to do their jobs and how they got into their field.
- Career Readiness
Discussion on the top career competencies as identified by the National Association of Colleges and Employers
- Customize a program to fit your class.
We will customize an in-class program to cover career-related topics such as career readiness, identifying skills, employment opportunities, and more.
Career Events & Group Programs
Career Services is happy to assist with the coordination of career events targeted to your specific student audience.Â Some recent events have included speed networking, job fairs, panel discussions,Â workshops, and employer information sessions.
- Speakers during Career Week (annually in November)
Guest speakers and panels throughout Career Week offers a unique opportunity for students to learn directly from industry professionals.Â We can help coordinate and advertise a speaker or panel as part of or external to classroom time.
Faculty Internship Advisor Information
Student Placement/Registration Process
- Through consultation with the student, the Faculty Internship Advisor (Advisor) identifies (1) that the student is ready for an internship and (2) that the student is aware of how the internship may be incorporated into their curriculum. The Advisor then refers the approved student to Career Services to initiate the placement process.
- Once a placement is identified, the Advisor reviews it for suitability to the student, and alignment to the curriculum and internship guidelines.
- The Advisor signs the completed Learning Goals/Job Description document and forwards to Career Services so registration can be opened.
- The Advisor connects with the internship work supervisor to discuss learning objectives and an evaluation plan.
The Internship Advisor Role
The faculty internship advisor…
- is the instructor of the internship course,
- recommends the internship program to qualified students and refers them to Career Services,
- works with the student and employer supervisor to develop and/or approve internship objectives,
- communicates approval of the studentâ€™s learning goals and job description to Career Services,
- monitors student progress throughout the internship semester by way of one or more on-site visits and/or periodic telephone contact with the employer supervisor,
- may require an additional project or report concurrent to the internship,
- connects with the intern(s) as a group and/or is available for individual appointments,
- evaluates the accomplishment of the internâ€™s learning goals at the conclusion of the experience in consultation with the employer supervisor and assigns a grade accordingly.
Questions?Â Give us a call at 973-328-5245 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
JobConnect Job Listing & Notification System
Job Connect is CCM’s job listing system for employers to post job opportunities for CCM students and graduates, as well as Workforce Development and Women’s Center clients.Â CCM faculty and staff may also have access to this system:
Create a JobAgent and get notified about jobs of interest to your students.
Once you log in as an admin, to set a Job Agent:
- Click Job Postings from the top menu
- Choose Advanced Search
- Under Search Criteria, Choose Job Category, then select the categories you want to be notified about.Â There are two engineering categories.Â I separated out drafting since we do get a number Â of those jobs.
- Click Add at the top right corner of the category list
- Click Save Search at the top right of the screen
- Click Save as New Search
- Name the search
- Check the Save as Agent box, then Save again
- Change the notification frequency if desired
The first time an agent is set, the system sends out an email to confirm that the email is correct.
When you receive Agent results, they will come from â€˜County College of Morris,â€™ and the subject will read â€˜there are new jobs that match your search.â€™Â Click on the link in that email; you will still need to log in, but it will take you right to the Agent results.
Federal Work-Study and On-Campus Student Employment Program
Career services can help you find a student employee for your department and also manages the hiring process.
Summary of Services and Programs for Students
Below is a summary of some of the services and programs we offer to students. If you have a student preparing for employment, whether it be on campus or off, please refer them to us.
You can also offer links to our student pages:
- Job Listings System (JobConnect) Faculty and staff can request an account to the JobConnect system as well. Please email to let us know you are interested.
- Experiential Education and Internships
- Job Search Assistance (including resume and interview assistance)
- On-campus recruiting and other career events
- On-Campus Student Employment Program
- Becoming ‘Career Ready’
- Career Week, an annual event in November with speakers and panels on career-related topics.
- CCM-Sponsored Career Tools:
- SkillsFirst – The resume builder combines expert advice, high-quality samples and actionable job market information to help create focused, targeted resumes for every job opportunity. Use the integrated O*NET database to target resumes for specific opportunities. Also, over 900 occupation-specific interviews as well as nearly 2 dozen interview types (such as behavioral or the â€˜elevator pitchâ€™). There are also 100 hours of professional video coaching.
- Candid Career – Candid Career offers career information and advice on getting hired through hundreds of video interviews sorted by industries, career titles and college majors. Students can learn from professionals what it is like to do their jobs and how they got into their field.
- Career Concourse – Explore job requirements, earnings, and local opportunities. Browse career clusters that fit your background or interests. Data specific to Morris, Sussex and Warren Counties.
- What Can I Do With This Major? â€“ An online resource that connects majors to careers, describes the types of employers and industries that hire people with each major and what you need to be a more marketable candidate.
Office Hours and Location
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