SFCC presents National Career Development Day Celebration

Santa Fe Community College presents a National Career Development Day Celebration from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wed., Nov. 16 in the Campus Center at the college, 6401 Richards Ave. Members of the college’s Career Services will assist students and community members who would like to activate an account to access SFCC’s “Your New Job,” a new online career management system. The public is invited to this free event where you can learn about the college’s Job Club, Walk-In Clinics, individual career counseling and coaching. Not sure where your next career might be? Learn about the college’s career interest assessments that can help you determine your strengths and interests.

The college launched the “Your New Job” career services management system at the beginning of the fall semester. The online job tool connects employers with jobseekers. Senior Career Services Coordinator Patty Armstrong has recruited employers throughout the region this fall so new job opportunities are opening every week on the system. In addition, job seekers can build a Personal Profile web page that includes your photo and resume, work samples and a personal URL that you can share with employers.

With the new “Your New Job” online system, job seekers can access online job search skills tutorials, find local employers and job postings, as well as create a personal profile web page. On the same system, employers can enter and monitor job postings, create company profile web pages and receive applications and emails directly from job seekers. Employers can easily join the system by creating an account at https://sfcc-csm.symplicty.com/employers.  Those hiring who wish to connect to national colleges and universities can pay a small fee to add Symplicity One-Stop service at https://one-stop.symplicity.com/.

 

For more information contact Career Services at 505-428-1303 or email career.services@sfcc.edu.


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