Services for New & Continuing Students

Whether you’re looking for a part-time job to earn a little money while you’re in school, or you want to work in a job that complements your studies, we’ve got the answer!

Cooperative Education (work-based learning)

  • Cooperative Education integrates the classroom and the workplace by providing students with classroom training and work experience through local employers.

Part-time Employment

  • Do you want to find a part-time job to help out with expenses? Click on the image to go to our online job board.

    Student sSearch jobs posted at TCTC!

Job Search and Career Development Planning Resources

  • We have an extensive Career Resource Library here in the Career Services Office that you can use, free of charge. And, we maintain a series of great links to online career resources as well. (And, of course, we’re always ready to assist you personally with any of your career planning and job search needs!)

On-Campus Recruiting

  • We schedule a number of helpful job search and planning activities throughout the year, including company information sessions, company-sponsored screening tests, and job interviews. Be sure to check your eTC account (for current students) for announcements on upcoming activities.

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Student Life & Services

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