Visit this page to find out about Santa Fe, NM area job resources and hiring events, both on and off campus. We have a campus job database, links to employer job postings pages, a listing of hiring events, and updated DACA information.
Work Study/Student Employment is part of the Financial Aid Office and hosts jobs for eligible students only on campus and not in the community.
Human Resources manages regular campus employment. Their listings of current openings is linked in the turquoise, bottom page ribbon, under “JOBS”.
WE CALL OUR DATABASE FOR OFF CAMPUS JOBS “YOUR NEW JOB“
Your New Job is FREE to students, alumni, and community members and available online 24/7
- To get started, go to https://sfcc-csm.symplicity.com/students and sign up. (Employers, go to our Employer Services page for the employers’ link.)
- You will get a response e-mail to verify you signed up. Once you respond, you will get another e-mail to create a password.
- Then, you are set to go.
- Use the job seeker sign in https://sfcc-csm.symplicity.com/students for all future logins. If you have tried to register or have problems using your account, call or stop by our office for assistance.
What’s Inside our Your New Job Symplicity CSM database?
- Local jobs from local and national employers
- Regional jobs and links to a national job database
- Internships and unique opportunities outside our region
- Get That Job Education Modules:
What Do I Want to Do? (Career Interest Assessment)
What Makes A Great Resume?
LinkedIn, Facebook, and Other Online Portfolios
- Tips and pointers for job seekers
- Privacy! Employers cannot see your profile or contact information. You chose the employer contact and opportunity you wish to pursue.
- Vetted employers and jobs. Our staff personally investigates each employer and ensures job postings are accurate and clear.
FAVORITE EMPLOYER JOB POSTING WEBSITES:
Click this link to a document page with multiple links. Many of these are gradually being incorporated into Your New Job as an individual employer listing.
EXCLUSIVE JOB POSTINGS, CAREER EVENTS, AND TIPS – ONLY ON THE CAREER SERVICES FACEBOOK PAGE:
Don’t forget to check the Career Services Facebook Page as part of your regular job and career opportunities search. Many job postings notices from local employers only show up here, as they are shared from other Facebook pages. Follow our page to stay up-to-date.
UPCOMING CAMPUS CAREER EVENTS:
MEET ONE-ON-ONE WITH A CAREER COUNSELOR: Check our calendar for the twice a week Walk In Clinic schedule, where you can address any career related issue.
Thursday, July 19, EPA Environmental Job Training Program Information Session, 6 pm, in Room 212. The five-week intensive training will run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays Sept. 10 through Oct. 12 at the college. An Environmental Protection Agency grant will cover the training costs for unemployed, underemployed or low-income applicants who are accepted into the program.
Graduates of the program will receive federal and state recognized certifications such as, but not limited to: Hazardous Waste and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER), 40 hour; CPR and first aid; fork lift operator, and OSHA Construction Standards, 30 hour. Find out more about the program.
Thursday, August 2, WIOA Orientation/Information Session at SFCC, Looking for a resource to fund and support a 2018-2019 retraining, certificate, or degree in a job growth industry? The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) program is often a good resource for those ineligible for Pell grants and other, usual financial aid. Learn more about WIOA and eligibility at an orientation session. In the 204-I, the I-room, in the Welcome and Advising Center. Open to faculty, staff, students, and community members.
*Employers, contact Patty Armstrong in Career Services to get on the mailing list for an invitation to a career fair or to put on a recruiting event, email@example.com
UPCOMING OFF-CAMPUS CAREER EVENTS:
Monday, July 30, 2018, WIOA Orientation/Information Session, 9 – 10 am, Santa Fe Workforce Connection, 301 West DeVargas, Santa Fe. Looking for a resource to fund and support your 2018-2019 retraining, certificate, or degree in a job growth industry? The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) program is often a good resource for those ineligible for Pell grants and other, usual financial aid. Learn more about WIOA and your eligibility at an orientation session. FREE PARKING. Get there early, because the doors close at 9 am and no late entries are permitted.
Monday, July 30 – 11 a.m. to 3 p.m, Presbyterian Healthcare Services new hospital in Santa Fe All Positions Hiring Fair, Inn at Santa Fe Hotel, 8376 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87507. Click here for fair details. Click here for an informational flyer about the new hospital.
Friday, Aug 3, Resume and Cover Letter Workshop, 9 – 10 am, Santa Fe Workforce Connection, 301 West DeVargas, Santa Fe. Bring your resume for critique or get examples of the best type of resume to create for your future. For more information, call 505-827-7431.
Friday, Aug 10, Interview Skills and Dress for Success Workshop, 9 – 10 am, Santa Fe Workforce Connection, 301 West DeVargas, Santa Fe. Participate in an interactive workshop where you will learn the most effective way to tailor your resume, job search, and interview. For more information, call 505-827-7431.
Friday, Aug 17, Job Search & Labor Market Information Workshop, 9 – 10 am Santa Fe Workforce Connection, 301 West DeVargas, Santa Fe. Learn about the best industries for you to find your next position. For more information, call 505-827-7431.
Monday, August 27 – 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m, Presbyterian Healthcare Services new hospital in Santa Fe All Positions Hiring Fair, Inn at Santa Fe Hotel, 8376 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87507. Click here for fair details. Click here for an informational flyer about the new hospital.
UNDOCUMENTED & DACA JOB SEEKERS:
Feb. 14, 2018, Update: USCIS is not accepting requests from individuals who have never before been granted deferred action under DACA. Due to federal court orders on Jan. 9, 2018 and Feb. 13, 2018, USCIS has resumed accepting requests to renew a grant of deferred action under DACA. The scope of the Feb. 13 preliminary injunction issued in the Eastern District of New York is the same as the Jan. 9 preliminary injunction issued in the Northern District of California. Unless otherwise provided in this guidance, the DACA policy will be operated on the terms in place before it was rescinded on Sept. 5, 2017, until further notice.
Individuals who were previously granted deferred action under DACA may request renewal by filing Form I-821D (PDF), Form I-765 (PDF), and Form I-765 Worksheet (PDF), with the appropriate fee or approved fee exemption request, at the USCIS designated filing location, and in accordance with the instructions to the Form I-821D (PDF) and Form I-765 (PDF). USCIS is not accepting requests from individuals who have never before been granted deferred action under DACA. USCIS will not accept or approve advance parole requests from DACA recipients.
If you previously received DACA and your DACA expired on or after Sept. 5, 2016, you may still file your DACA request as a renewal request. Please list the date your prior DACA ended in the appropriate box on Part 1 of the Form I-821D.
If you previously received DACA and your DACA expired before Sept. 5, 2016, or your most recent DACA grant was previously terminated, you cannot request DACA as a renewal (because renewal requests typically must be submitted within one year of the expiration date of your last period of deferred action approved under DACA), but you may nonetheless file a new initial DACA request in accordance with the Form I-821D and Form I-765 instructions. To assist USCIS with reviewing your DACA request for acceptance, if you are filing a new initial DACA request because your DACA expired before Sept. 5, 2016, or because it was terminated at any time, please list the date your prior DACA expired or was terminated on Part 1 of the Form I-821D, if available.
Deferred action is a discretionary determination to defer a removal action of an individual as an act of prosecutorial discretion. Further, deferred action under DACA does not confer legal status upon an individual and may be terminated at any time, with or without a Notice of Intent to Terminate, at DHS’s discretion. DACA requests will be adjudicated under the guidelines set forth in the
June 15, 2012 DACA memo (PDF).
For details and latest information, go to this federal website.
United We Dream’s web page Renew My DACA.
Santa Fe Dreamers Project is an advocacy group educating undocumented students about DACA and assisting them at no cost.
New Mexico Immigrant Law Center is an Albuquerque resource on DACA.