Helping faculty and staff with career programs and workshops
- Choosing a Major/Career with FOCUS-2
- Writing an Effective Resume/Cover Letter
- Interviewing Skills
- Career Networking
- Resources for Occupational Exploration
- Career Decision-Making and Goal Setting
Stay Informed of Jobs and Internships
HCC Job Connection lists openings provided by local employers who want to hire HCC students and community members for their internships and jobs. If you are a HCC faculty member and would like to join the HCC Job Connection as your primary online resource for local jobs and internships in your area of study, please email Dr. David Tirpak to request an account.
Become a Co-op Faculty Advisor
Many of our students wish to earn academic credit for their work experience and choose to enroll in a co-op.
A successful co-op program requires motivated students, employers who are willing to partner with HCC, and qualified staff and faculty who are willing to support students during their work experience. You can be involved by becoming an advisor to students who participate in our Cooperative Education (Co-op) Program. The duties include:
- Evaluating students
- Providing support and professional guidance as needed
To find out more, call or email Amy Crawford, Co-Op/Internship Program Manager, at 443-518- 4009 or email@example.com.
Referring Students and Employers
Counseling & Career Services (RCF-302) provides comprehensive resources to help students with their career development and supports students to prepare for and secure internship and employment opportunities. Counseling & Career Services wants to partner effectively with HCC faculty, students, and employers for the greater good of student success. We appreciate faculty member’s desire to help connect students to employment and internship opportunities, however, it is necessary to ensure that Counseling & Career Services is involved in this process. Learn about our procedures for referring students and employers.