The Career Services Center is a resource for students who want support with their career needs. The Career Services Center has a Job Developer, a Community Internship Liaison, and a Counselor to help you towards your career goals. If you need assistance finding a job, an internship, creating or updating a resume, writing a cover letter, or even conducting a mock interview, the Career Services Center is here to help you.
The Career Services Center is located in room #113 across from the president’s office.
Whether you’re a current CMC student or recent graduate, there are jobs in the community waiting for you. Click the Jobspeaker logo below to search for employment opportunities for CMC students and recent graduates like you.
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Need more hands on assistance?
Visit our Job Developer, Jeff Drozd during office hours.
M-F, 10:00 – 5:00 or make an appointment by calling (760) 366-3791 ext. 5883
Work one-on-one with the Community Internship Liaison to explore local opportunities in your preferred field of interest.
There are multiple benefits on an internship:
• Enhance your resume with 100 hours of real-world, on-the-job experience
• Internships can help with a university application
• Internships can provide opportunities for career networking
• Internship experience can open up job opportunities
• Internships sometimes turn into a permanent positions
Each student who successfully completes their internship will get an Amazon Kindle Fire, generously provided by the CMC Foundation.
For an internship checklist, interest form and application, click here.
For more information, please contact our Community Internship Liaison at firstname.lastname@example.org or (323) 559-6879 (c)
Our Counselor is here to provide academic and career counseling, career workshops, and administer career assessments and inventories. The Counselor can assist you with resumes, cover letters, and with developing interview skills.
Students are encouraged to meet with a counselor each semester. Counselors are available for assistance in:
• Choosing majors
• Career assessments
• Making career choices
• Time management
• Developing social and interpersonal skills
Emphasis is placed upon assisting students in their growth and accepting responsibility for their decisions and actions. Recognizing that each student is unique, counselors believe their primary responsibility is to respect students’ individuality, encourage personal development, and foster a climate in which each student attains academic success.
If you have questions about which major is best for you, what you can do with a particular major or how your major will translate to the career you want, you can work with a Counselor who can assist you using targeted career assessments and inventories.
• Take an inventory of your skills, abilities, interests, knowledge, needs, and personality characteristics.
• You can complete a personal inventory using a variety of self-assessment tools and instruments.
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To make a counseling appointment with Student Services, please call (760) 366-3791 ext. 4232.