Whether you’re interested in short- or long-term career planning, the Career Readiness & Job Placement Hub offers a variety of services and activities to assist you with your specific career needs. Our Job Placement Coordinators, staff, and collaborative work with Career Counselors can help you develop a personalized plan that addresses your specific goals.

Job Placement Coordinators are here to provide you extensive support with your job search, resume creation, interview preparation, and networking skills based on your career interests. In addition, we are here to support you with the creation of a robust LinkedIn profile and activation of LinkedIn Learning accounts paid for through the Strong Workforce Program. We can arrange an appointment with a career counselor, so you can explore majors and career choices based on your passions and strengths.

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Check out this week's opportunities by Meta Major!

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Meta Major: Science, Technology and Health


Brittney Sneed, Job Placement Coordinator

sneedb@smccd.edu

Brittney began her career at Skyline College as a Job Shadow Program intern and then office assistant at the Bay Area Center for International Trade Development before transitioning to the office of Marketing, Communications and Public Relations as Staff Assistant for over five years. She actively supports programs on campus including the Umoja-ASTEP learning community, the Black Student Union and the Women's Mentoring & Leadership Academy. As like many people, Brittney's pandemic hobbies included learning new skills and even building a custom PC. At Skyline College, her mission is to ensure all students have access to the resources they need thrive.


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Meta Major: Society and Education


Alexa Moore, Job Placement Coordinator

moorea@smccd.edu

Alexa has dedicated seven years of work at the Skyline College Early Learning Child Development Laboratory Center where she worked with a variety of students, staff, faculty, children, and families in different ways. Living in the Bay Area her whole life Alexa is alumni to both Skyline College and San Francisco State University with an Associates in Early Childhood Education, a Bachelor's in Child Development, and Masters in Special Education. Alexa also teaches as adjunct faculty for Canada College in the Education and Human Development Department. She brings with her the willingness and leadership capabilities to help support the students of Skyline College as they transition from their educational pathways into their dream jobs!