Spring 2020 classes have resumed online.Please visit
dcccd.edu/coronavirus for additional information and to
learn how to prepare for online classes.
Career Services goes beyond on-campus advising and job fairs. Career Services also has online tools to help you with your career. Below are a few of the tools available online.
Whether you are looking for an entry-level job while attending college classes, or a full-time career after graduation, our
Jobs for Students page will link you to online job banks.
Looking for on-campus options for your job search (like career fairs)?
Return to the Career Services home page.
Trying to decide what career path is best for you?
The Living Wage Calculator is an online tool for job exploration. It answers the question, "How much money is enough money?"
Find out what your household income needs to be to get by (and then get ahead).
Calculate your living wage.
Selecting a career pathway can be a challenging task! Career assessments can help you find out your career interests, skills, values, and more. Choices360, the official assessment tool for the colleges of DCCCD, is an easy-to-use, comprehensive career exploration and information system. Start today and find your way!
After completing a career assessment, choose
a guided pathway from the following career paths:
A guided pathway is a step-by-step guide with courses mapped out for you. This helps you take only the classes you need to earn a degree or certificate, transfer to a university or enter the workforce.
What if you had a step-by-step guide to landing a job? Wouldn't that be amazing?
Well, you do! And it is!
The guide is called
The Careers College, and it is an online program with insider secrets to mastering each critical step in the job search process — from interviewing to negotiating salary. Typically The Careers College costs $297, but DCCCD students get it for free.
Information on how to get started with The Careers College is available in myPortal:
Already have an account? Visit The Careers College at