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Center for Career Development and Community-Based Learning

You don't have to wait until you graduate to put your knowledge to work. Through Community-based learning, you can collaborate with local high schools, conduct research with community partners and solve operations issues for organizations.

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Center for Career Development and Community-Based Learning

College Center, 2nd Floor

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You know what you want to do, but how do you get there! The Center for Career Development and Community-Based Learning wants to help you!

Employers are seeking employees who can demonstrate that they have the skills they are looking for. Here are some opportunities for you to gain those skills while in college:

Join a Club and engage with the Inver Hills Community. Network with peers who share your interest in a field of study or career area and gain exposure to professionals in the field

College Central

College Central Network (CCN) is your one stop shop for job opportunities, on-line resume reviews and career related resources. This is a free tool available to all students and alumni. Create your account with your Star ID and see where College Central Network can take you!

Find on CCN:

  • Schedule of employers visiting campus
  • Resume Guides
  • Cover Letter Guide Book
  • Interview Guides and Tips about Interviewing Questions

Earn while you learn! Working on campus can be rewarding in many ways. This is a great opportunity to gain experience, while giving back to the school you love. Students who work on campus are more likely to report a higher satisfaction in their educational experience. Check out the current openings and find out why.

The Center for Career Development and Community-Based Learning offers a unique work-study position through America Reads. Read more about it here.

Are you not finding what you are looking for on College Central Network? Meet with your Director of Career Development for one on one assistance. A ppointments are recommended. Walk-ins are accommodated based on availability. Schedule a meeting by contact CareerDevelopment@inverhills.edu or call 651-450-3683

Gain off-campus, structured, work experiences that directly relate to your major field of study. Internships will help you apply your learning, receive direct supervision and feedback, develop references, build mentoring relationships, and clarify your career and personal goals.

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