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Cesc 2010 Slide Show New Employee


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A slide show intended for new professionals in the Career Services Field that illustrates what they are getting into.

A slide show intended for new professionals in the Career Services Field that illustrates what they are getting into.

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  • 1. You are here
    Career & Employment Services
  • 2. Welcome to the rich and rewarding world of Career Services. We’re happy to have you on the team.
    Sit back and relax and let us fill you in on what kinds of things you may be doing very soon to help our students research and identify their own career and educational goals and pathways to happiness and success!
    Purpose and Mission
  • 3.
    • PURPOSE: To educate and enlighten new professionals on the role of Career Services in the Washington State community and technical college system
    • 4. Career Services MISSION: To help students identify their own purpose, clarify career pathways and transition successfully to employment
    Purpose and Mission
  • 5. Career Services has a unique role in the Student Services arena…
    Roles and Responsibilities
  • 6. Career Services is in contact with students throughout their entire academic life cycle
    “We support current students, former students…”
    “…and potential students.”
  • 7. Secondary Education
    Typical Student Life Cycle
    Self Assessment
    Unlike some student services, Career & Employment Services engages students before, during, and after attendance in college classes and training.
    Job Search
    Roles and Responsibilities
    Decision Making
    Gaining Skills (Classes)
    Alumni Services
  • 8. Career Resources
    Services & Functions
    We offer a variety of self-assessment methods to help students choose viable major or educational goals
  • 9. Career Resources
    Exploration Activities
    We provide ways to explore the ins and outs of a host of career and occupational specialties along with a list of knowledge, skills and abilities needed to succeed in a chosen career path
    Services & Functions
  • 10. Career Resources
    Job Search Preparation
    Once a path is chosen, we can further their journey by suggesting proven methods for finding jobs and opportunities, including entry and stop out points for many different kinds of jobs, careers and occupations.
    Services & Functions
  • 11. Classes & Workshops
    We offer classes and workshops designed to improve job search methods, write resumes, prepare for job interviews and increase career network effectiveness
    Services & Functions
  • 12. Cooperative Education
    & Internships
    Services & Functions
    We facilitate internships and opportunities for students to demonstrate skills gained in the classroom in real world work situations
  • 13. Centralization of Job Listings
    We will post jobs and internship positions of interest to our students using a variety of offline and online methods
    Services & Functions
  • 14. Work Study Programs
    Services & Functions
    We manage State and Federal Work Study opportunities where students can earn money toward their college education and goals
  • 15. Service Learning Programs
    We coordinate Service Learning opportunities where students gain experience and earn cash while giving back to their local community
    Services & Functions
  • 16. Career Fairs, Majors Fairs
    Services & Functions
    We produce on-campus events that partner with other schools, colleges, local employers, & workforce agencies to provide increased access for students and the general public to a variety of resources, career pathways and opportunities
  • 17. Faculty Support
    Services & Functions
    We offer classroom presentations that tie career planning and curriculum together
  • 18. Through statewide collaboration with other Career Service professionals, we improve our own services to students by sharing and adopting best practices for commonly produced support for students, employers and community members
    • Whatcom Community College
    • 19. Bellingham Technical College
    • 20. Skagit Valley College
    • 21. Everett Community College
    • 22. PeninsulaCollege
    • 23. Spokane Falls Community College
    Team Organization
    • Spokane Community College
    • 24. Lake Washington Technical College
    • 25. Highline Community College
    • 26. Green River Community College
    • 27. Bates Technical College
    • 28. Big Bend Community College
    • 29. South Puget Sound Community College
    • 30. Grays Harbor College
    • 31. Centralia College
    • 32. Yakima Valley Community College
    • 33. Lower Columbia College
    • 34. Walla Walla Community College
    • 35. Clark College
    Career & Employment Services Council (C.E.S.C.)
  • 36. Team Organization
  • 37. Best Practices
    Best Practices
    CESC provides collaboration, best practice and information sharing amongst Career Services pros in the state.
  • 38. Everett Community College hosts the largest job fair north of Seattle.
    Best Practices
    Just SOME of the best practices shared by CESC members
  • 39. Renton Technical College
    Green River Community College
    Best Practices
    These three colleges formed a consortium and combined resources for posting local jobs and internships via the Interfase career services system.
    Highline Community College
  • 40. Best Practices
    Clark College & Lower Columbia colleges, using a Perkins grant, contracted with an instructor to provide enhanced training to frontline staff to help students make better use of career resources
  • 41. Career Services is in contact with students throughout their entire academic life cycle
    Once again…
  • 42. We’re glad to have you on the team to help our students, former students, and future students realize their educational and career goals. You’re going to love this job!
  • 43. THANK YOU
    CESC Workgroup 1, May 2010
    Music: 5:15 a.m. by Mark Knopfler from the album Shangri-La