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Career & Student Employment > Job Search Skills


These are free services available to students, alumni and the general public.



Career & Student Employment

job search skills

When you've completed your personality assessments and researched occupational research, it's time to refresh your resume' and interview skills.

When you take the career services classes many of these topics are covered in class and you will receive assistance and feedback.

A) Resume Writing

There are a number of ways Career Services can help with your resume'.

  • Workshops are offered throughout the year on resume writing.
  • Personalized Help. You may make an appointment to have your resume reviewed or help creating your resume after you've done your personal assessments. Call (619) 660-4450 for a resume appointment.
  • Reference books are in the Career Center Library.

B) Interview Skills

The Career Center provides information on interview skills and appropriate dress for an interview.

Workshops and classes are available to help you make a good impression during your interview.

C) Job Search Tips

Make an appointment for Employment Advising from Career Services. You will be provided  with personalized job search tips for your chosen career path. Call 619-660-4450.

D) Collection of Training DVDs

Interactive DVDs may be viewed in the Career Center.

Watch tutorials on:

  • Resume' Writing
  • Interview Skills
  • Job Search Techniques
  • Dressing for an interview

E) Take practice Employment Tests

Practice taking a variety of sample employment screening tests given by employers to help prepare you for the real thing.

One place to find screening tests is at

Remember, most people change direction several times over the course of their career. We are here to help, but there comes a time when you've done all your career research and it's time to get started.


Career Technical Education

This web site is supported by Carl D. Perkins VTEA IC funds through the System. Office, California Community Colleges,
Grant #08-C01-020

Revised  February 19, 2013
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