SLCC Faculty and Staff Resources

Career Services at Salt Lake Community College is here to support you and your students. Below are ways in which we can support you:

We understand that coming in to our office is not feasible for all students. Our website and career management system, Handshake has career resources for students ranging from job and internship opportunities both on and off campus, a career video library, career assessments like Focus 2 Career, and resources to help them with all their career needs. Checking out Handshake is a great first step in feeling confident towards ones' educational path.

We would love you to encourage or require your students to attend our Career Fairs or education programs for extra credit or a class assignment.  Let us know what event you select in advance, and we will let you know who attends. Other possible career education assignments include resume critiques and practice interviews.

While we are happy to present to your students in the classroom, we also know that faculty are busy. We created a Career Services Canvas page with pre-recorded presentations on our most popular topics as well as resources for students to use. Please click here for our canvas page.

Please note that the Canvas page will be updated regularly with new content

Stop by Career Services at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus to select complimentary professional clothing, shoes, and accessories for that important interview, career fair, or first day on the job!

  • Location STC 002
  • Hours- Monday-Friday 8am-4pm

Career Services is always taking lightly worn in style clothing donations. Feel free to drop by our office to donate your items. We take clothing, shoes, and accessories!

Encourage your student to book ahead using MySuccess in MySLCC under the Advising tab for any required assignment. Booking in advance allows your students to have dedicated time with a Career Coach over their area of study.

If you are unable to teach a class session, a member of our career team would be happy to either present one of our workshops or create a tailored presentation for your students.

The Campus Internship Program (CIP) provides SLCC students the opportunity to obtain a paid internship opportunity with an on-campus office or department. The goal of CIP is to provide students with professional development, new learning opportunities, and career mentorship. You will develop professional skills and experiences which support your current and future educational and career goals. Not only will you receive valuable mentorship from your supervisor, Career Services will also host workshops and other events designed to gain tools and knowledge that you can you use long after you complete your degree. Do not miss out on this great opportunity.

Benefits Of A Campus Internship Program (CIP) Position:

  • Earn $12 per hour working on campus
  • Work a maximum of 20 hours per week
  • Get valuable mentorship from supervisors
  • Gain skills and experiences that will benefit the rest of your career
  • Receive programming from Career Coaches on topics such as GallupStrengths Finder, Career Development, and Major Exploration.

As you're planning your syllabi, or planning for the upcoming year, remember that Career Coaches are available to make classroom and department presentations to your students and team members. Please try to give at least two weeks’ notice as calendars fill up fast. To request a presentation, fill out the form below and we will get back to you within 48 hours. Below are some options for Career Workshops and Presentations. Please note, we are more than happy to create customizes presentations for your department and student needs.

Career & Major Exploration 

  • Mind Mapping (Designing Your Life)
  • Prototyping & Mind Mapping (Designing Your Life)
  • Networking and Informational Interviews

 Life Preparation

  • Resume and Cover Letters
  • LinkedIn
  • Job Searching
  • Interviewing
  • On-line and Social Media Presence
  • Prepare for the Job Fair
  • Salary Negotiation

 Request a Workshop

Learn about how we can serve you. Career Services newsletter provides you with up to date information about our top priorities, signature events, programs, and resources for all students regardless if they know what they want to major in or are currently successful in the workforce.