West Valley College is developing internships for qualifying students interested in science, technology, engineering, and math starting at $25/hour. This is a state-funded Learning Aligned Employment Program (LAEP) opportunity.
- First generation
- Low income
- Current/former foster youth
- AB 540/Dream Act eligible
- Homeless or at risk
- Students with disabilities
- Dislocated workers
- Formerly incarcerated
- Students with dependent children
WVMCCD Handshake is a database where students can access local job opportunities, connect with employers, alumni, and peers, and receive help from Career Services. Employers can post part-time and full-time positions and internships, connect with students, and list events. Handshake is free for employers, current West Valley College and Mission College students, and recent alumni.
Please contact Fatima Kamil with questions about Handshake at careerservicesFREEWEST_VALLEY
West Valley College Career Services serves as a hub to connect students to career tools and opportunities, resources, and courses. Career Services provides support to assist all students toward their next job, internship, and/or career.
Students can discover majors and careers that match with their interests and explore relevant regional career information through Career Coach. Students can also take a career assessment, build their resume in 5 easy steps, and search for local jobs through Career Coach.
Career Resources at West Valley College
|Career Workshop||Wednesday, October 5||2:00 PM – 3:00 PM||CIL 131 and via Zoom|
|Resume Workshop||Monday, October 17||2:00 PM – 3:00 PM||Join Zoom|
|Interview Tips Workshop||Tuesday, October 18||12:00 PM – 1:00 PM||Join Zoom|
|Mock Interviews||Tuesday, October 18||4:30 PM – 6:00 PM||Join Zoom|
|Virtual Office Hours||Wednesday, October 19||11:00 AM – 12:00 PM||Join Zoom|
|In-Person Office Hours||Wednesday, October 19||12:00 PM – 1:00 PM||Career and Transfer Center|
|LinkedIn Workshop||Thursday, October 20||12:00 PM – 1:00 PM||Join Zoom|
Career and Lifestyles is a counseling course for students who desire more in-depth career direction. This course focuses on specialized concerns relating to job search and the world of work.
These free short-term noncredit courses provide relevant career and job skills including “essential communication for the workplace,” “digital citizenship for the workplace,” and “leadership skills for the workplace.”
The Entrepreneurship Center is a hub for students and community members to obtain tools, guidance, and insight to help them toward their goal of becoming a business leader. They provide workshops, mentorships, internships, and forums related to entrepreneurship and have a student club.
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