Career services assist students in obtaining meaningful career-related employment skills. By working with employers, community organizations, parents, and our 14 sending schools we provide a network of opportunities for students to learn.

Job Shadowing is offered during the first semester for students interested in exploring the ‘real world’ experiences related to their program.

Events and activities are planned to provide instruction and practice on completion of job applications, resume writing, and job interview skills.

Internships are offered to seniors in the second year of a program. This opportunity allows the students to be placed in a business/industry related field to practice the skills learned at the Career Center while being exposed to ‘real world’ experiences.

Focus on the Future is an event coordinated through career services. Business and industry representatives, colleges, technical schools and military recruiters attend to make available information regarding their specific industry and assist students in decisions about their future.