Job/Internship Search and Educational Resources

Whether you're looking for a job to help pay expenses, long-term employment in your chosen field, or an Internship, we're committed to helping you find work. Career Services is here to assist you with all things career related. Let us help you!

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This website has descriptions of thousands of job titles and what they entail including top skills, pay, education, and job outlook!

Occupational Handbook

  • The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) is an American government agency tasked with collecting and disseminating a range of economic and employment data.
  • The BLS is responsible for two key inflation indicators: the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and Producer Price Index (PPI).
  • In addition, the BLS produces national and regional figures on employment, labor force participation, productivity, and wages.

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CIP

If you would like to be considered for a Campus Internship Program position:

  • Before applying for a CIP position review the CIP Student Eligibility Form and answer the questions to the best of your knowledge for the year and semester.
  • To verify you are eligible for a CIP Position schedule an appointment with a Career Coach in Career Services to review and submit the CIP Student Eligibility form which is required to get hired. Please make sure you are eligible before applying for a CIP Position in Handshake.
  • Review current CIP openings by visiting SLCC's Student Jobboard Handshake
    • Once you have signed in using your Snumber or SSO- click on jobs, filter by on-campus jobs, type "CIP" in the search bar. All CIP roles will become available.
  • Follow the instructions on the job description. This will require you submit documents such as your resume, cover letter, and references to the supervisor or hiring manager for that position.
    • Career coaches and staff can review your documents as well as conduct a mock interview if you would like to prepare for the hiring process
    • You will be contacted by the supervisor or hiring manager with next steps such as an interview, presentation, or request for more information
  • If you are chosen for the position, you will need to complete the SLCC hiring process which includes completing online application and presenting I-9 documents as well as other required documentation
    • If you have any questions as you go through the SLCC hiring process, please reach out to April Teran at April.Teran@slcc.edu.

Co-op

Cooperative Education (Co-op) is an academic focused program which allows students to obtain professional work experience while taking courses at Salt Lake Community College. It is a unique opportunity for students to apply their academic preparation to "real world" settings and situations. Co-op programs provide students the opportunity to combine classroom study with periods of paid professional employment directly related to a student's major and career goals.

 Click here for more information:https://www.slcc.edu/careerservices/work-for-credit/index.aspx

  • Review current on-campus openings by visiting SLCC's Student Jobboard Handshake
    • Once you have signed in using your Snumber or SSO- click on jobs and filter by on-campus jobs
    • Note- you can apply for any position on campus and use your work-study funds
  • Follow the instructions on the job description. This will require you submit documents such as your resume, cover letter, and references to the supervisor or hiring manager for that position.
    • Career coaches and staff can review your documents as well as conduct a mock interview if you would like to prepare for the hiring process
    • You will be contacted by the supervisor or hiring manager with next steps such as an interview, presentation, or request for more information
    • Make sure to let the hiring committee know that you will be using your work-study funding
  • If you are chosen for the position, you will need to complete the SLCC hiring process which includes completing online application and presenting I-9 documents as well as other required documentation
    • If you have any questions as you go through the SLCC hiring process or are unsure if you have work-study- please reach out to Melissa Kraft:mkraft6@slcc.edu
  • Work Study (WS) Awarding Timeline for Students, 2022-2023

    Below are key deadlines for the Work Study awarding process for the 2022-2023 academic year.

    • Students must complete a free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by April 15, 2022 to be eligible for a WS award for the 2022-23 year.
    • Students will be awarded no later than the end of March 2022.
    • Those students who are awarded WS funding apply for positions on usu.joinhandshake.com/login.
    • Students who have obtained WS positions may begin working the week before classes’ start which is August 22, 2022.
    • FAFSA is available to complete at www.fafsa.gov. The 2022-23 FAFSA will use the 2020 tax/financial information.
    • Please use the IRS Data Retrieval tool to transfer in your tax information directly from the IRS. Steps to transfer the information to the FAFSA are found on the FAFSA website.
    • Please complete the 2022-23 FAFSA as soon as possible and remember to answer “YES” on the question asking if you are interested in being considered for work study.
    • Any questions on the FAFSA should be referred to the 
    • Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships.

 

To make an appointment with a Career Coach, find an on or off campus job or internship, or see what employers are attending the job fair (and to register for the fair) - go to Handshake! Click on the link below:

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