We know that life happens. That’s why providing support services to our students is important. The CAA is designed to make sure that you have all the help that you need to be successful in our programs. Also, reaching out to the community and forming alliances with industry keeps us on top of the marketplace. Students in CAA can take advantage of a variety of resources both on and off campus.
There are a number of resources on campus that are available to job seekers:
A. Post your resume to the Skyline Career Center‘s online jobs portal, Skyline Jobs. Students are encouraged to join to get special access to jobs intended for the Skyline College campus community, including jobs in green and sustainable companies and organizations. Fill out your profile and post your resume.
B. The Career Center in Building 1 has a number of resources, including individual career counseling, career action orientations and other workshops and classes on job searching, on-campus recruiting and job fairs, and career assessments for work preferences.
C. The SparkPoint at Skyline College at Skyline College houses a number of resources including tax preparation assistance, financial literacy training and savings assistance, food pantry, English Learner Services, Grove Scholars scholarships for career technical college programs, and other programs.
D. The Disabled Student Programs and Services and Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) centers at Skyline offer skill and employment services.
Career Path Map
If you are not sure which is the right career path to take, the Career Discovery Wizard can help you narrow down the possible careers that could be a good match for you. With a click of your mouse you can compare careers, training requirements and education. Let the Career Discovery Wizard help you find the career you've been looking for. Simply go to www.gointohealthcare.org and see where the options take you!
Health Career Connection (HCC) helps undergraduates find paid internships to gain practical health care work experience. HCC’s internships are designed for undergraduate students and recent graduates interested in health care, health administration, community health, public health, nursing administration, and public health and administration aspects of clinical practice, as well as other health-related disciplines. Students interested in medicine, nursing and other clinical careers who are unsure about those fields or are open to combining them with HCC’s priority areas can apply for opportunities to gain valuable health career experience. Students from all majors can apply.
Student Career Clubs
We have a number of student clubs for you to meet other students with mutual interests and allow you to get involved in campus life. These clubs can also provide additional support while you attend college. Skyline College student organizations include: the American Medical Student Association (AMSA), Associated Students of Skyline College, Heart Wrenchers Club, Respiratory Therapy Club, and Surgical Technology Club. Click onto the following the Club and Organization link to see the latest student led organization list.