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Career Services Welcomes You!

Welcome to the CCA Career Services. We are here to help you identify your strengths, interests and values; then, make sense of this information to create a career goal and set steps to reach it! Regardless of where you are in your career process, we can assist! This includes career exploration, finding experiences, developing resumes and cover letters, preparing for your interviews and quick tips to stand out.

Our Mission Is To Serve You!

Here's How:

We want you to develop an awareness of yourself, gain clarity about your career and then develop a vision. After this, we'll put this vision into action through planning attainable steps to get there! You are in the lead the whole time to ensure you're on the right pathway for you. We just help with the process!

Once a Fox, Forever a Fox! Come see us before, during and after graduation for no cost. 

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Talk with a Career Advisor Today!

Career Services appointments are available virtually and in-person for you to access. Your appointments options include: over the phone, email, and video conferencing in Zoom.

The Career Services Office is here to support you!  Let us know if you would like assistance finding companies currently hiring, finalizing a resume, or preparing for interviews!

Career Services Informational Video: Here to Serve You!

 

Career Resource Pages:

Resume Development + Job & Internship Search

Interview Strategies

Making Connections

Student Success Stories

 

Business Partners:

Are you looking to connect with CCA Students? View our employer connection page to get started!

 

HANDSHAKE

Access our Student Job Board!

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Handshake provides:
  • Job and Internship Opportunities (listed specifically for CCA Students!)
  • Resources and tools on career guidance such as videos, blogs, and chats
  • Upload your resume to be reviewed by us- we'll send you an email regarding feedback within 1 business day!
  • Additional Information on workshops, events, and career fairs
  • Information about employer activity on campus
  • Contact information of each Career Service member and more...
  • Connect to Handshake Student and Alumni Information to learn more!

 

 

 

Eligible for Work-Study? Visit our work-study page

Upcoming Events:

September:

Get expert advice!

Resume Ramp-Up Week - Wednesday September 21st - Friday September 23 (Drop-in Appointments)

Many large companies are recruiting right now for their SUMMER INTERNSHIPS programs. Now is the time to get your resumes ready for submitting applications.
Also, if you are graduating soon, don't wait until the last semester to start looking for a job. The time is now! Drop in to see us from 9am - 4 pm and bring your current resume for revisions or we can help you get started with one! 

Wednesday, September 21st - In-person drop-in sessions, 9am - 4:00pm
Thursday, September 22nd - In-person drop-in sessions, 9am - 4:00pm

Friday, September 23rd - Virtual drop-in sessions, 9am - 4:00pm

 https://ccaurora-edu.zoom.us/j/85030750573

 

IN-PERSON CHECK- INSTRUCTIONS

CentreTech Campus – Check-in using the kiosks in the Admin Building

Lowry Campus – Check-in at the front desk in the West Quad Building

 

Heritage

"Si Se Puede" Nonprofit Panel Discussion - Wednesday, September 28th - noon - 1:30pm, CentreTech Campus, Rotunda

Hispanic leaders of nonprofit organizations will discuss how they bring their identities into their leadership roles to help serve communities in need, the various careers opportunities in nonprofit and how we can "be the change we want to see in the world". Nonprofits are mission-driven organizations dedicated to addressing a particular social issue or advocating for a cause.

Nonprofits are engaged in a range of issues, some of the most common including education, health, poverty, arts, the environment, gender equality and LGBTQ+ rights, food security, and racial justice. This variation among nonprofit organizations means that it is possible to pursue a career in a nonprofits across numerous industries including, but not limited to:

  • Museums, community arts, and cultural heritage

  • Public and community health, including women's and mental health

  • Philanthropy and charitable giving

  • Higher education

  • Non-governmental organizations (NGO’s)

  • Community-based education

  • Environmental advocacy

  • Policy research and advocacy

  • Activism and organizing

  • Community development 

 

October:

Networking

STEM MIXER - Thursday, October 6th, Lowry Campus, West Quad Building - Bergren Room - 4:00 - 6:00pm

Talk with a variety of STEM professionals in this social mingle event while enjoying snacks and drinks. You will have access to STEM professionals working in various industries including Engineering, Health, Computer Tech, Environmental Engineering, Finance and more! FYI, you don't need to work for IT or Engineering companies in order to use your computer tech or engineering skills! Come learn about the many possibilities available to you!!

 

 

 

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Navigating Careers Live "Lunch and Learn" Virtual Coaching Session on Interviewing Tips- Wednesday, October 26th, Virtual Event - noon - 1pm

Students participate in group coaching for interview strategies. Bring your questions and join this interactive group!!

https://ccaurora-edu.zoom.us/j/87893040171

 

 

 

Office Hours:  8am-5pm Monday- Friday

Contact Us: CareerServices.CCA@CCAurora.edu | 303-360-4929 | Schedule in Navigate

* One-On-One Career Assistance * Resumes * Mock Interviews * Workshops * Job Search * Career Fairs * Informational Interviews * Department-Specific Events* Presentations * Internship Opportunities *

 

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