The Career Services department helps WCC students and alumni with job search assistance:
Our department helps employers with staffing:
- Individual appointments
- Online job search system registration
- Workshops & events
- Walk-ins welcome: pick up information, review Jobs Binders (also listed on the online system), check-out books on job search topics
- Job Fairs
- Experiential learning: internships and cooperative education (co-op)
- Employment resources links
- Employability quick tips
Career Services is located in the Morris Lawrence building, ML 104. Our office hours are Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm.
- Register on our online job search system
- Job postings
- Job Fairs
- Internships, Cooperative Education (co-ops), and Practicum
- On-campus recruitment opportunities
Stop by our office to learn about upcoming workshops, pick up handouts on job search topics, check out career resources, and schedule appointments with counselors. Review the Jobs Binders for employment opportunities (also available on our online job search system). Check-out books on a variety of job search topics.
Appointments are typically one hour in length. Our Career Services support staff will determine who on staff can best meet your career needs. Be prepared to answer a few questions and give your name, phone number, email address, netID, program of study, and reason for appointment.
Call 734-677-5155 during office hours to schedule an appointment with a Career Services Advisor for:
- Reviewing resumes and cover letters
- Accessing local employment opportunities
- Posting resumes online, or
- Learning more about WCC Career Services
Online Job Search System Registration
Our online job search system provides students, alumni, and employers access to job postings. This free service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for current and previously enrolled WCC students, as well as employers.
Workshops & Events
WCC Career Services offers workshops on a variety of topics related to career development, as well as information sessions, networking events, and job fairs. Be sure to register for upcoming workshops and events.
WCC Career Services hosts job fairs to connect employers, students, alumni, and community members with employers seeking. For more information, email email@example.com or call 734-677-5155.
Experiential Learning: Internships and Cooperative Education (co-op)
Cooperative Education (co-op) is an academic program that blends classroom learning with paid practical work experience. Students earn academic credit from the new learning that occurs through the co-op experience. Certain eligibility requirements (good academic standing and completion of a minimum of two courses in one's field of study) must be met in order to participate.
Involvement in the co-op program helps defray college expenses and provides a network that supports the student's career. At WCC, most technical, business, and computer programs offer co-op options. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 734-677-5155.