The following resources can help you prepare for your job, internship or scholarship search. AACC's employment services staff are available to assist you through this process and we encourage you to connect with us so we can direct you as you continue on the path to success.
Opportunity comes to students who take control of their job search and make the necessary preparations to meet the expectation of employers. Get started today!
Job and Career Resources
AACC’s Career Coach- Get the most current local data on wages, employment postings and associated education and training at AACC.
Career Outlook- Provides data and information on occupations and industries, pay and benefits that are helpful for students, career counselors, jobseekers, and others planning careers.
Bureau of Labor Statistics- A division of the U.S. Department of Labor provides data on labor market activity, working conditions, pay and benefits, economic activity and price changes in the economy.
O*NET OnLine- The nation’s primary source for occupational information and has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development, HR professionals, students, researchers and more.
Glassdoor- A database of more than 8 million company reviews, CEO approval ratings, salary reports, interview reviews and questions, benefits reviews, office photos to prepare for interviews, research companies and compare salaries.
Job Search Preparation
Visit Our Virtual Career Library at www.virtualcareerlibrary.com/aacc to access a variety of videos on these job search topics and www.collegecentral.com/aacc for our full service job search resources.
RESOURCES FOR SPECIFIC POPULATIONS
Students with Disabilities
- A website specifically for job seekers with disabilities.
Hire Heroes USA – Free resume tools for veterans
Military Sealift Command-
Recruits transitioning military, merchant marines, maritime academy graduates, and skilled entry level candidates to fill maritime job opportunities.