Targeted Job & Internship Fairs - Spring 2017


College of the Canyons Job and Career Center, in collaboration with Cooperative Work Experience Education (internship program) is excited to announce our new Targeted Job & Internship Fairs – Spring 2017 for students/alumni! At these job fairs, we will target students who have earned, or close to completing their associate degree as well as students who have completed certificates of achievement.

Students/Alumni Only criteria to attend:
·         COC students/alumni – graduates, alumni or students that have completed a COC certificate program
·         COC students that are graduating within the year or going to complete a certificate
·         Additional criteria may be available for specific majors (example, completed a certain number of units in a program), but students must contact the Job & Career Center
·         Students must register for the event they are qualified for by contacting us
Employers invited to attend these events are eager to hire recent grads and current students (who are about to complete their program).  For more information please call the Job & Career Center at (661) 362-3286 or stop by the office located in Canyons Hall - Room 102.

Targeted Job & Internship Fairs (SPRING 2017):  
SOCIAL SCIENCE AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES    
Wednesday, March 29 (4 - 6 pm)
 
Administration of Justice
Communication Studies
English
History
Human Resources Management
Liberal Arts & Science – Math/Science
Liberal Arts & Science Humanities
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Social Science
Sociology

BUSINESS, FINANCE AND MARKETING      
Wednesday, April 19 (4 - 6 pm)
 
Accounting
Administrative Assistant
Communication Studies
Computer Applications
Customer Service
E-Commerce
English
Entrepreneurship & Small Business
Finance
Graphic Arts
Human Resource Management
Journalism
Liberal Arts & Science
Marketing
Retail Management
 
Targeted Job Fairs (SPRING 2017): 
 
MEDICAL LAB TECHNICIAN (MLT)       
Friday, April 21 (2-4pm) 

 
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (ECE)      
Saturday, May 13 (9-11:30am)