Student Employment at CBC, located upstairs in the HUB, is committed to assisting students with their employment needs. CBC Student Employment serves three purposes:
Students and community members seeking employment may register online to view jobs, upload their resumes, and apply for positions via the internet. Students are referred to job openings throughout the Tri-Cities area. Interviews are scheduled on campus and resumes are mailed for specific job openings. Visit JOBS!! to register and have access to all our jobs.
Employers may electronically post open positions, contact potential applicants, and query for student resumes. Visit Employers Post a Job!
Student Employment provides employment information to CBC students, graduates, and the community. Students may find part-time, full-time, temporary, and summer work through the office. The range of positions varies from unskilled, part-time work, to highly skilled technical positions. Students, graduates, and the community may be referred through the Student Employment office at any time during the year.
Career-oriented opportunities throughout the Tri-Cities are available to students who qualify. Students are placed in jobs that allow them to gain experience in their field of study.
Job Search Assistance
Student Employment helps students with job search strategies, resume writing, interviewing techniques, and how and where to look for employment.
Workshops are held throughout the year to provide opportunities for students to meet with professionals in their career fields, design job-search strategies, and learn of future career opportunities.
Student Employment hosts the annual Career Expo to give students and the community the opportunity to meet with employers. For more information, contact Student Employment by calling 509-542-4875.
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