Keep your career momentum going. Employers hire year round and the Fall will be here before you know it for more internship and entry level opportunities for 2019/2020.
Visit with an advisor over the summer to ensure you’re on track.
Schedule an appointment today by calling 734-677-5155. We look forward to assisting you.
Important Office Closure Dates:
Monday, May 20: Advanced Transportation & Mobility Career Fair | ML Building | 9am to 2pm
Thursday, May 23: Office Meeting
Monday, May 27: Memorial Day – College Closed
Thursday, June 6: Office Retreat Planning Day
Thursday, July 4: College Closed
Live Recruiting/Hiring Event!
Ready for a new career? National Career Fairs is the industry leader and we are driving employers and future employees together faster then ever before.
Now Is The Time to Start or Advance Your Career Today!
3 Steps To Your Future…
a. Provide all information including a valid cell number so we can send you updates and alerts.
b. Emails will be sent for reminders and a few days before the event, a Career Fair Guide will be provided that lists all employers and job titles they are hiring for.
c. After registering, go to FindYourNewJob.com and upload your resume and search the jobs available.
2. Attend Event
a. Dress for Success! Business attire.
b. Bring plenty of resumes to the event.
3. Get Hired at The Event
If you have questions, call us at 877-561-5627
Come for the fun and games, leave with important information about the wide range of programs and services available to Washtenaw Community College students.
Welcome Day for the Fall 2019 semester will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 11 on the first floor of the Student Center.
“Welcome Day is our first contact with new students, and we’ve arranged it so that everything they need to know about what the college has to offer is right there in one place for easy access,” said Rachel Barsch, WCC Supervisor of Student Activities.
Returning students are also welcome to come check out the booths spread out across the Student Center. Many will be staffed by representatives of WCC programs, services and student groups. Others will be run by organizations that provide special services to WCC students and the greater community.
All activities are free to current WCC students.