Career Services & Student Services

A student receiving job search help from our career services office.
Career services assist graduates apply for and secure employment

Cambridge Junior College makes no guarantee of employment for prospective students, current students or students who have separated from the institution.

Career services assistance consists of working with soon-to-be graduates and graduates of the institution’s programs to secure employment. This includes assisting graduates with resume writing and interview techniques, advising of job openings and assisting graduates as they apply for positions.

Student Services

Prior to starting classes, new students attend a formal orientation, at which time the institution’s programs and general policies and procedures are explained. After students start class academic advising is available to support students in maintaining satisfactory academic progress, achieving successful educational and student achievement outcomes and making informed decisions concerning training and employment. For these services, a meeting can be arranged with the Campus Director. The Campus Director may facilitate advising for relevant coping skills (life, career development, budget and personal financial planning skills), general development appropriate to higher education students; academic advising; testing and tutoring services; and information concerning housing, transportation, and childcare. The Campus Director also monitors attendance records and leaves of absence as well as graduate career services assistance. Career Services is a vital part of the student services program and is described below.

Career Services Assistance – Graduates

The Career Services student service begins with the career action plan meeting the first week the student begins school. Throughout the programs, presentations are made in the classroom for professional career development topics by career services as an integral part of preparing the students for their job search. Instructors also speak on career topics throughout the curriculum. All graduates are expected to participate in the career services assistance program. Career services assistance consists of working with soon-to-be graduates and graduates of the institution’s programs to secure employment. This includes assisting graduates with resume writing and interview techniques, advising of job openings and assisting graduates as they apply for positions. Graduates may continue to utilize the institution’s career services assistance program at no additional cost. Cambridge Junior College makes no guarantee of employment for prospective students, current students or students who have separated from the institution. Our programs are designed to meet the employer needs in the state of California.