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In January, South Florida State College’s Career Development Center joined College Central Network, a nationwide service that connects students, alumni, and district residents with employment opportunities locally and across the nation.
College Central Network is an online, interactive service that provides job boards for local and national positions; online tools for creating cover letters and resumes; a searchable database of internship positions; and hundreds of articles and podcasts that help users explore careers, search for jobs, and develop their employability skills.
Anyone can access College Central Network. Users create an account and access services as a student, alumni, or community resident.
The Career Development Center’s previous online job board, once part of the college’s website, has migrated to College Central Network. With the center’s approval, local employers can post job openings and search posted resumes to find candidates for their open positions. SFSC’s work study positions are also being posted exclusively at College Central Network.
The Career Development Center is using the network to manage employment events such as career fairs and on-campus appearances by featured employers. Participants go to the online site to register and make appointments for interviews.
College Central Network accounts and services are free to all users. If you have questions about College Central Network, visit the SFSC Career Development Center on the Highlands Campus or call 784- 7410.