Comcast will be on campus at the PUB welcome desk from 11a.m. – 1 p.m. to talk with students interested in learning about employment opportunities. Learn about the many jobs for students and recent grads at Comcast. At Comcast NBCUniversal, you have the power to connect the world.
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Representatives from Launch Learning will be at the PUB welcome desk Mon., Feb. 27 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. to talk to students about employment opportunities.
Launch offers numerous exciting employment opportunities:
Our goal is to hire individuals who reflect the communities we serve. Launch is committed to the same principles of diversity and inclusiveness that we teach to the children in our care. As an equal-opportunity employer, we strongly encourage applicants who would enhance the diversity of our 501(c)3 nonprofit organization to contact us.
Employer visits are posted as a public service for informational purposes only. This does not indicate any specific endorsement or relationship with Shoreline Community College.
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This Friday’s Roundtable: Get Placed w/Terra Staffing
1-2:30pm, Room 1402
Terra Staffing employment specialist and recruiter, Sarah Hoffman will join the conversation at Shoreline Community College Job Seekers’ Roundtable with details about Terra, what you might expect during a placement interview, and who’s hiring. Word is that office staffing companies are at the very least even with requests for workers, and numbers of workers to be hired. So it’s a strong possibility that if you need something fast in the temp or temp-to-perm sphere, Terra could be your last stop.
Please bring your resume! (If you bring it on a thumb drive, I’ll project it for tips and takeaways.)
This is a great opportunity to get placed quickly!
See you soon – & as always, Good Luck Out There!
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Roundtable is back for 2017! This Friday’s Roundtable is from 1-2:30 p.m. in the PUB Room 9201.
Are you ready to get a paycheck? Is it a temporary job you have in mind – that is, just something to make do until the dream job arrives – or is it something more permanent in an office setting? Either way, if you stop by Roundtable this Friday, your chances of becoming employed very soon will increase dramatically. Below is an excerpt from a very nice card I once received from Roundtable participant, Kathy Tiedman:
“My contact with your speaker from Accountemps facilitated contact with a recruiter at Robert Half and ultimately led to my placement in a long-term, temporary position.”
Kathy went on to say that the experience boosted her confidence and has added some attractive cache to her resume.
And wouldn’t you know it, Elizabeth Goodnow from Accountemps / Robert Half Agency is our featured guest for this Friday!
Please come by, bring your resume and business card, and arrange for a one-on-one with Elizabeth. She and the folks at Accountemps have been awesome over the past couple years and have landed many Roundtablers much-needed employment.
We’ll of course have coffee and treats on hand, compliments of Central Market. Have a friend or family member looking for work? Please bring them along.
See you this Friday – and as always, Good Luck Out There!
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Tutoring Services is always hiring new tutors and encourages YOU to consider applying to become a tutor!
In addition to drop-in learning centers for biology and chemistry, BUSTC and eLearning, accounting and economics, physics, and conversation groups, Tutoring Services offers one-on-one tutoring for students who need regular, weekly help in any of their SCC courses.
We get requests for help in any SCC subjects, so we are interested in hiring tutors with subject comfort and a 3.5 grade (or faculty recommendation) in a wide variety of areas. Currently, we have extra need for Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Business, Business Technology, Nursing, ESL, Music Technology, Computer Science, Math (especially Statistics) and many more courses.
Interested applicants can apply online or in-person in the Tutoring Services office (4228).
Tutoring is a paid position, with rates at minimum wage or higher depending on degree(s) earned.
We’re looking forward to your application soon!
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Spindrift, Shoreline’s literary arts magazine, is in search of qualified candidates for the following PAID positions:
Literary Assistant x 2
To apply, please fill out and return a Spindrift application form to Ryan Bailey at email@example.com or office 5319 during the office hours of M-Th, 11 a.m. – noon.
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Next Roundtable, Friday 11/4: Get the Most Out of LinkedIn w/Tiffany McVeety
PUB 9202, 1-2:30 p.m.
Did you know that up to 85% of recruiters and employers go to LinkedIn before looking at any other recruitment tools?
LinkedIn will not only connect you with employers, but also with peer groups and academics. Joining relevant interest groups helps to boost your knowledge, and confidence in applying for positions that will lead you to your dream job.
Please join us on 11/4, with business author and international speaker, Tiffany McVeety, as she outlines profile, photo, summary, and other components of LinkedIn to bring you quickly up to date and up your personal brand. We’ll have her own LinkedIn page projected for a look at organization, photos, and graphics. Lots to cover, so don’t be late!
**No Roundtable on Friday 11/11. The campus is closed for a federal holiday.**
And on 11/18, it’s Roundtable’s own “TED Talk” with the return of Paul Valenti from the Seattle Mayor’s Office!
And as always, Good Luck Out there!
Bldg 9000, Room 9202
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