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Career Services

CA Career Café
CA Career Café is a virtual career center for California community college students with a vast array of useful information.
Learn how to use the CA Career Café site (video).

Career Counseling
Similar to Academic Counseling, our Career Counseling helps you achieve your goals. 

Career Tips/Resources
Career Tips/Resources is a collection of handouts covering topics such as how to find and land a job and how to research careers of interest.

Sign up for CSM JobLinks to view jobs on and off-campus.

Join Eureka at NO CHARGE to find assistance with careers, specialty occupations, self-discovery tools (personality, skills, values) and more. On first page of site, go to brown "Member Log-In" box, click on "Join/Register" within that box, and use our CSM school code JXHLXRL to ensure the tools are free!

ONet Online
ONet Online is the Occupational Information Network being developed with the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration.  This database provides an interactive application for exploring and searching occupations, and provides career exploration tools.
Perfect Interview™ 
Perfect Interview™ offers a "simulated interview" experience similar to the real thing which asks you challenging questions and records your responses for playback and improvement. Also, you can watch two other applicants respond to the same question and hear a career coach share tips about how to best answer each question. A webcam is all you need or come to the Career Services Center and use ours.

Salary Surfer
Salary Surfer uses the aggregated earnings of graduates from a five year period to provide an estimate on the potential wages to be earned two years and five years after receiving a certificate or degree in certain disciplines.