What We Offer

Mission College's Career Services offers guidance in selecting a career or transitioning into a new field. We provide resources, tools, and support to connect students with job opportunities and relevant courses, with the goal of empowering students to discover their future pathway.

Career Resources

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Selecting a new career is hard and if you are unsure  where to start, take these career assessments. They will help you uncover your strengths and interests, as well as explore various career options. Free to all Mission College students. To learn more about signing up and discussing your results, please visit the Career Counseling page.

MBTI/SII (Personality & Interest) Assessments are two assessments recommended to be used together for a comprehensive look at your personality traits and career interests.

Eureka is an online, comprehensive career exploration tool specializing in California occupational and educational information. It provides detailed job descriptions, salaries, training requirements, personality, and skills assessments.

Career Coach, avalible to all Mission College students through My Portal under "Student Success Tools," provides a quick or detailed assessment to help you discover majors, in-demand careers, and education based on your interest.

Choosing a career pathway can be tough. Explore your career pathway and learn more about career outlooks, salary information, job descriptions and how well careers align with your personality. 

In this step, you can research majors and explore careers using a variety of resources, some of which are offered below:

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Student Jobs at Mission College

Students at Mission College can earn money while working on-campus and attending school at the same time. When available, on-campus employment opportunities will be posted on Handshake and students are encouraged to make an account to start their job search for and begin connecting with employers.

Mission College offers additional on-campus employment options for students who meet the eligibility requirements. To see if you qualify, explore these employment programs below:

Faculty & Staff Positions

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  • SAO 1: Students that meet with a Career and Transfer Center staff member to explore careers will receive an occupational outlook data report.
  • SAO 2: Students that meet with a Career and Transfer Center staff member to explore transfer campuses will receive transfer information packets.

By using the Career Center services I will learn:

  • To articulate my career and academic goals in relation to my personal values and interests.
  • To identify ways in which my skills and personality traits impact how I relate to others in my academic, work, and personal settings.
  • To utilize the job search components on EUREKA and Job Advisor.