Virtual Programming and Services
Career Services has moved online! For a list of virtual Career Services workshops go here. To schedule a video/virtual appointment (Zoom or WebEx) with a Career Placement Officer or Career Counselor, send an email to [email protected].
Need a face-to-face appointment? Email our office and a staff member will reply to schedule a time to meet at the Knight Campus.
- Search Jobs & Internships
- Resume and Cover Letter Help
- Virtual Workshop Schedule
- Virtual Job Fairs
- Help with Career Decision
- Interviewing Help (In-person & Online)
Online Career Assessments
CCRI Career Services offers two online career tools to help you make well informed
career decisions. Taking self-assessments can increase your confidence, help you see
choices as well as provide focus for your career journey.
Both online assessments below are self-directed, meaning you receive results right away and professional interpretation is not required. If you have questions or want assistance in understanding your results and next steps, please make an appointment with a Career Services adviser.
New Students and those completing Orientation, please start with My Majors assessment. Your results will provide a list of majors and CCRI Academic & Career Pathways that represent some best-fit options for you to further explore.
Find Jobs on Handshake
We're excited to launch Handshake, our new job database where employers are posting jobs specifically for CCRI students and alumni. On Handshake, you can explore career paths, find jobs and internships relevant to your interests, and launch your career.
Career Services Overview
Career Development is a lifelong process of personal/professional growth and skill building. It prepares you to research information, build decision-making skills, strategically plan a path to a goal, and become resourceful and flexible in the face of inevitable work world changes.
This site contains information and resources to help you plan and manage your career. Being interactive, it provides guidance on how to choose a best-fit career path, instructions on how to take self-directed online career assessments, how to research careers, including links to career exploration websites, and the how-to of getting employed.
Orient yourself to this site by checking out FAQs. Start with self-exploration steps and follow the sequence or jump in at any point and take from this site what you deem useful. This is your journey, this site is your compass, you have decisions to make and the career services team is positioned to be your guide.
Don't fall for fake student job postings
Jobs that sound too good to be true should raise a red flag for any college student. Fake job postings are being sent via unsolicited emails to student accounts and are even showing up in online job listing sites. Titles like "work from home" or "part-time job offer" are being sent to CCRI students, sometimes appearing to be legitimate from other CCRI members, offering a few hundred dollars a week in pay.
Support from Career Services
Learn about your interests and skills and make connections to majors or careers.
Find resources to help with your professional preparation, including resume and cover letter information.
Jobs and Internships
Search for part-time or full-time jobs or internships.
Post a job or find ways to engage with our team.