CCSJ student Allen Walker at the EEON Awards Ceremony
The mission of the Career Services Office is to guide and support students and alumni of the College in their career development by providing resources to help them become and stay competitive within their chosen profession. Career Services maintains a wide range of current occupational information, internship and job listings, and career assessment materials to help students and recent alumni explore opportunities. Books, videos, articles, and web resources on occupations, job markets/outlooks, job search skills, and graduate schools are available. Job preparation workshops/consultations are offered with general internship and career guidance.
Catch their “10 on 10” Career Services Monthly Seminars. Held on the 10th of each month—both online and highlighted by a “LIVE” presentation!
Also, the Office of Career Services provide opportunities for students and employers to collaborate in developing career-related experiences. Through practical, “hands-on” experience, students are able to apply the knowledge gained in the classroom to real life situations, develop additional knowledge and skills, network with professionals in the field and earn academic credit.
These students must meet the GPA requirement for their specific department and obtain approval from their Program Director to begin an internship. Students should begin planning their internship at least one semester prior to their desired start date since some organizations require students to obtain liability insurance. This cost can be applied to a student’s financial aid award.
Students can begin an internship either in their Junior or Senior year; and internships are for one semester (14 weeks). Students are expected to devote a minimum of 10 hours per week to their internship for a total of 90 hours. Students are expected to assume tasks that allow them to apply the principles and knowledge they are learning in the class to tasks that will be assistance to the organization.
Experiential Learning Internship
The Enterprise Expansion Opportunity Network (EEON) Internship Program provides CCSJ’s most talented students with a two year experience (i.e., 600 hours) that will prepare them for a successful post-graduate career by applying the knowledge gained from the various courses taken in the classroom to a practical work setting. Students participating in this program will also receive an annual stipend. All majors are accepted!
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