Student Tutors Needed
If you’re interested in helping others and being a student tutor in Computer Information Science, take a look at the job description. Interested applicants should complete an application and submit it to the B151 Open Computer Lab. Download an application.
Advice From Employers
What Employers Want – Before beginning your job hunt, learn what employers look for in quality employees, both before and after the interview process.
Best & Worst Employees – Want to know how to keep and succeed in your present job or career, and what NOT to do to avoid getting fired? Hear directly from industry professionals about the traits that make the best and worst employees.
Prepare for Your Career – This video features a panel of four real-world employers. They answer questions related to the hiring process, such as what makes a resume go into the “yes” or “no” pile, how to nail (or bomb) an interview, and what sorts of classes are helpful to take.
Be Your Own Boss – This video includes a panel of five small business owners from the Sacramento area. They answer questions about owning your own business and what it takes to succeed.
CIS Mentor Program
Moving the Work Force Needle – Mentors with industry knowledge, experience, and skills are volunteering at Sacramento City College to help Computer Information Science students become successful in starting their Information Technology careers in the Sacramento region. CIS students must successfully apply to the program, which runs each Fall and Spring semester.
Letters of Recommendation
When asking someone (professor, supervisor, etc.) to write a letter of recommendation for you, give them this form, completed with your answers. It will help them to address your specific strengths for the scholarship, college, or job to which you are applying. Download the form to your computer or a flash drive in order to fill it in.
Job & Internship Opportunities
The SCC Career Center offers a variety of services to students seeking employment, from job postings on campus to interview workshops to resume assistance.
You can also search for student assistant jobs with the California government.
Wondering what an internship is, or whether it could be the right option for you? Check out SCC’s 411 on internships.
To see what internships are available through Sacramento City College, visit the Cooperative Work Experience office. Register with the LINCS (Los Rios Internships and Career Services) site to view internships.
The Foundation for California Community Colleges also offers paid internships. Visit their website and click on “Search Internships” under “For Student Assistants.”
More internship opportunities are available through the INTERNSource, powered by the Community College Foundation.
The Fall 2013 RE 497 (Internship in Real Estate) class.