Search for jobs using these targeted websites:
Local employers post positions on our exclusive Santa Monica College job board. They are looking for SMC students! You can find part-time, full-time and internship positions in all industries and functions from small to large companies. Happy Job Hunting! http://www.smc.edu/jobs4u
will enable you to build a resume, search for current job openings, and research educational programs offered at Santa Monica College. Check it out now and see what Career Coach can do!
Keep life simple! Work on campus at Santa Monica College. We have opportunities across all departments here at Santa Monica College from the bookstore to the chemistry department! On campus employment is a great way to build your resume and gain real life experience. The college has positions for students receiving financial aid and those that are not. Where do you want to work today?
Hmmm…what do we say about the #1 job site worldwide, with over 60 million unique visitors and 1 billion job searches per month. POWERFUL is the word that comes to mind! Excellent source for current positions in Los Angeles and nationwide. Search for internships, career research, and company information.
A new MUST for college students in the social networking world! Come and meet top talent and see how you are connected. Join Linked In to meet professionals in your targeted career and industry, review job descriptions, research company bios, participate in industry groups, and find job openings.
The Importance of Networking
Students tell us ALL the time that they will begin networking after they have completed their degree. Really??!! Why wait until it’s too late! And even though “networking” sounds like a lot of work, guess what? You are doing it right now and you don’t even know it! Most students are fabulous networkers through Facebook, Twitter, friends, professors and families. Networking is identifying what you want and then letting people know what you are looking for. It is all about keeping people informed about your progress at school, what your major is, and what your longterm goals are. If you know this then people can help you reach your goals. Here are some articles about networking like a pro: