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Career Services

Career Services helps students, prospective students, career changers, and alumni:



Explore skills, majors, and careers.


Prepare for employment through resume development,
creating a job search strategy, and interview coaching.


Network with employers and alumni to
find jobs and internships.



View the full Job Searching While Social Distancing video series on FCC’s YouTube.


Career Communities provide you with information, resources, networking possibilities, internship websites, as well as companies and organizations in the region that are related to your programs of study.


For current FCC students:

Schedule Appointment


For prospective FCC students, community members, or FCC alumni:

Schedule Appointment


Explore Skills, Majors, and Careers

Prepare for Your Job Search

Networking and Recruiting

Experiential Learning

Contact Career Services


Post Internships & Job Opportunities


Career Fairs and Networking Events

Workforce Preparation



Classroom Presentations & Workshops

Career & Recruiting Events for Your Department

Student Resources




10 Steps to A Career

  1. Assess Skills and Interests
    Encourage taking the online career assessment Focus2 to identify interests, skills, values, and personality.  This links to majors and careers for consideration.

  2. Get Expert Advice
    Talk with an Career Advisor to discuss and interpret results.

  3. Research Jobs
    Visit O’Net to learn more about careers, employment outlook, skills needed for careers, educational requirements, and salaries by region.

  4. Ask Questions
    Conduct informational interviews or job shadows with professionals in fields of interest.

  5. Make a Resume
    Create a college-level resume and seek assistance from the FCC Career Advisors.  Resume samples can be found on College Central Network the Careers and Jobs Library Guide.

  6. Gain Experience
    Acquire work-related experience through part-time jobs and internships.  Search for opportunities through College Central Network.  Talk with the FCC Internship & Apprenticeship Coordinator.

  7. Get Involved
    Build additional experience and leadership skills through service-learning and clubs and organizations.

  8. Stay Informed
    If planning on pursuing a bachelor's degree, meet with your academic advisor to discuss transfer options, pathways, and course equivalencies.

  9. Learn How to Search
    Learn the most effective techniques of the job search and the art of networking.  Strategize with the FCC Career Advisors.

  10. Network
    Attend on-campus recruitment and networking events.  A list can be found at College Central Network.
Career Readiness Center
College and Career Readiness Center
Jefferson Hall - 2nd Floor (J200)
[email protected]
Career Services Staff
Anne Scholl-Fiedler
Coordinator of Career Services
Jefferson Hall, J203 · 301.624.2795
[email protected]