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The Career Center is your one-stop resource for career and employment services where you can receive one-on-one coaching for any phase of your career path. Whether you are just getting started or want to make a change, we can help you choose a program, develop a plan, and find your dream job.
College Success and Career Workshops
How to Find a JobWednesday, 12-1 p.m. | Community Center 126, Oregon City campus | RSVP for How to Find a Job
Looking for a job or internship? Not sure where to begin? Learn how to search for jobs and internships that match your interest, degree, and personal goals! RSVP to be entered in for a bookstore gift card!
Resume 101Thursday, 12-1 p.m. | Community Center 126, Oregon City campus | RSVP for How to Resume 101
Not sure where to start with your resume? This 101 class will give you the tools you need to begin building an effective resume!
Resume 102: Resume RefreshThursday, 12-1 p.m. | Community Center 126, Oregon City campus | RSVP for How to Resume 102: Resume Refresh
Does your resume need a refresh? Want to highlight new credentials and skills that you’ve gained along the way? Sign up for this workshop to give your resume a fresh look for the new year!
Resume 103: Focus on SkillsTuesday, 12-1 p.m. | Community Center 126, Oregon City campus | RSVP for How to Resume 103: Focus on Skills
Do you have a gap in your work history? Never had a job? Learn how to highlight your skills and life experiences into your resume to attract your next employer!
For more information, view the College Success and Career Workshops webpage.
Career and Life-Planning Classes
HD-140 Career Exploration (3 credits)
Students use information about themselves (values, interests, personality and skills) and information about the world of work (career and industries) to make long-term career decisions.
Life and Career Options Program (LCOP) (6 credits)
If you’re an adult student at CCC experiencing the challenges of a major life transition like divorce or loss of employment, the Life and Career Options Program (LCOP) at CCC can provide you both support, confidence and life skills.
Guidance for Choosing a Major
See how more than 80 majors connect to careers with What Can I Do With This Major.
(Note: This resource was developed by the University of Tennessee. Some majors listed on this website are not offered at CCC, however, many of the majors in What Can I Do With This Major are available through our transfer degree programs.
Finding a Job
- Register for free on College Central Network to view full-time, part-time, internship and volunteer opportunities.
- Get tips on building a resume using Career One Stop's Resume Guide
- View free Resume Templates
- Get feedback on your resume. Schedule an appointment in the Career Center by calling 503-594-6001 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Check out jobs that are available at Clackamas Community College.
- Peer Assistant Program
- Federal Work Study
- Cooperative Work Experience
- Workforce Services
- Human Resources Jobs
Additional Career Resources
"The decision to come to CCC has been an easy one for me. It’s affordable, conveniently located near my home and is a logical next step before a four-year university. I have the option to take classes on campus, online or both!
The staff are so supportive in helping me determine my educational path – and CCC even offers a class that can help with career planning, too. My instructors have real-world experience in my field of study. Knowing they are equipped to give me relevant, current training for my career helps to build my confidence both in the classroom and in the office."