Career Services


Career Counseling

A counselor can help students examine goals, interests and values as they relate to the choice of a career. The Strong Interest Inventory, the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, and the Holland Self-Directed Search are available to enrolled students free of charge.

The Choices computerized career guidance program is also available to assist students in completing a self-assessment, gathering current occupational information and conducting college searches. The site ID is: 1035322 and the password is: rustler
There is a library containing college directories and career resources located in the Dobler Center. Students are welcome to check these books out.
Career Transitions 
(GALE) Search for jobs, build a successful resume and cover letter, and learn job interview strategies. You can search for jobs by title, keywords and location. If you're early in your career or considering a change, you can also search specifically for internships, apprenticeships, entry-level and temp jobs. As a registered user, you can also save jobs of interest with the My Jobs feature to easily find them again later. 

Are you a student or alumni of CWC looking for an off-campus job?
There are two ways to look for a job.
  • acts as our official platform for connecting off campus employers with CWC students and alumni. This is a FREE service to students/alumni. 
Register online at Chose to register as a current student or an alumni.  You will receive automatic approval as a CWC student or alumni and will then be able to upload your resume, search for registered employers, and access a database of over 500,000 employers nationwide. Employers may then search for YOU and possible placement.
  •  Check the job boards located in the Dobler Center and the first hallway of the Classroom Wing.

Employers Interested in Registering at CollegeCentral

Go to and the employer section, for registration, a FREE service for employers.  The Career Services Department will review your registration and contact you with a password if you are approved. You may then post a job and review student resumes.




Lance Goede, MS, LPC, NCC
Main Hall Room 123F
1-800-735-8418, ext. 2175
Email: Counseling  

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