Career Services for Students
Are you just beginning on your career path, or considering a career change or upgrade?Â Being prepared will make your job search more successful and less stressful.Â Let Career Services help!
Positions are posted to our online system by area employers specifically for students and graduates of CCM. Once a login and password are created, students can select specific search criteria as well as sign up for a JobAgent.
Do you want to give yourself an edge in the job market, explore a career path, gain confidence, develop and refine skills, or network with professionals in your field of interest? Â These benefits and more can be yours through a co-op or internship experience while you are attending CCM!
Assistance is available to students as they address individual employment concerns such as resume writing, job search skills, interviewing techniques, and employment research.
Employers hire CCM students and graduates for a variety of full- and part-time jobs and internships. Also check here for other local job fairs.Â In addition to job fairs, employers are invited on campus to utilize CCM’s recruiting space on an individual basis (temporarily suspended).
Students in a variety of majors and programs (and those who are undecided) have opportunities throughout the week to explore a variety of career options.
A web-based system to help you create your resume and practice your interviewing skills sponsored by the Office of Career Services.Â Access code for students:Â earth
CAREER PLANNING RESOURCES AT CCM
Knowing yourself and your options makes it easier for you to make a career decision.Â CCM offers students a variety ofÂ online and in-person resources:
What Can I Do With This Major?â€“ CCM sponsored site. A valuable 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.
Career Concourse â€“ CCM sponsored site. Research careers. Explore job requirements, earnings, and local opportunities. Browse career clusters that fit your background or interests.
NJ Career Assistance Navigator â€“ interest and skills assessment tools, resumes, and career research sponsored by the NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development.
More online resources for career research â€“ Learn all that you can to make the best decisions about your career.
Counseling Services and Student Success offers an interest inventory called the Self-Directed Search (SDS) as well as one-on-one guidance to help you define your educational path and career goal.Â Call or email for an appointment with a counselor.Â (973) 328-5140, email@example.com.
Workshops by Counseling Services and Student Success offer group programs that include career decision making offerings.
Career Week –Â Students in a variety of majors and programs (and those who are undecided) have opportunities throughout the week to explore a variety of career options.