Student Employment Opportunities
Submit a Job Announcement
Employers may submit job postings to the Career Center to the following email firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax 650-306-3169. All job announcements are posted on the Student Employment bulletin board in the Career Center and electronically on the main monitor in the center. Announcements are posted a total of 4 weeks. Additionally, you may also sign up for an account on our free online job board JobZONE, and post your announcements there for students. If you would like to make a free account please click HERE. For further assistance please call 650-306-3401.
Learnup is a great new concept to create a “learning resume” for the skills you need to get the job. Information is presented in short videos and articles that are clear and concise. Need to know what is expected to work at Verizon, or what growth opportunities exist with the company? You can watch a short corporate video explaining this and more. Add the things you have learned to your resume to show a prospective employer your willingness to learn about their business.
InternMatch is a site geared towards college students to help you get you foot in the doors of careers you are interested in. InternMatch has one of the largest selections of paid and non-paid internships anywhere with a focus on amazing business internships and hard-to-find non-profit positions. All of their expert resources, from downloadable résumé templates to cover letter guides and interview advice are totally free for students. In addition, you can check out InternMatch on Facebook and Twitter to get regular updates on new positions.
We are pleased to welcome Bright.com as another avenue for students to connect with employers. Bright helps you discover new careers with the help of your existing social network. Use your connections to see companies that have the best job openings for you.
There is also a new website called CA Career Cafe which is partly funded by a grant from the California Community College Chancellor's Office. This virtual career center has lots of resources to help you find your best career path and will take you step by step to discovering and researching your dream career.
Employment Development Department Information
Labor market information for Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo Counties. This information is useful for understanding labor trends, seeing which industries are hiring, and salaries. Current Reports: