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The Career Center offers an opportunity
to assess your skills, interests, and values so you can get a better idea of who
you are and what you want to do. Our staff is trained to help with career planning
through exploration and use of our resources. We also offer Career Counseling, Career
Assessment, and Career Development classes, including an online class (Counseling
61.2). Resources include an extensive library and interactive computer programs including:
DISCOVER, SIGI-PLUS, EUREKA, Resume Writing, CollegeSource, and the Internet.
You can earn college credit for community volunteer work by signing up for Community
Involvement 52. This course enables students to pursue their educational experience
beyond the campus and further their academic and personal goals on a voluntary basis.
The college maintains a free employment service for past and present SRJC students
seeking part or full-time employment. You can register with the employment service
anytime during the year, but you must re-register each semester to stay in the active
file. Job opportunities are posted on a bulletin board outside the office.
Work Experience combines work with instruction that assists
students to acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to enter and/or
progress in a chosen occupation. You can earn transferable college credit, relate
your education to work experience, increase your potential to advance and learn to
sell your skills to an employer. Intern positions are also available for qualified
Santa Rosa Junior College is officially accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges