The Career Services Department is a vital part of the student’s educational program. Although employment cannot be guaranteed, the purpose of the department is to actively assist students and graduates in obtaining desirable employment. The Career Services Department assists students and graduates in a broad range of career planning and advising including: interviewing skills and follow-up; developing job opportunities through leads and networking; the full hiring cycle starting with resumes and job applications; and professional attire workshops.
Students and graduates are strongly encouraged to take advantage of every opportunity to work with the Career Services Department to sharpen their interviewing and presentation skills. Successful employment assistance is dependent upon a mutual, dedicated effort by both the graduate and the Career Services Department. Graduates are also encouraged to aggressively seek employment opportunities on their own, keep records of their contacts, and inform their Career Services Specialist of these efforts.
Employment assistance services are available to all students who successfully complete the requirements for graduation in their program. Employment opportunities may be limited for anyone who has a criminal background. Although a High School Diploma or GED (Ability-to-Benefit) may not be a requirement for enrollment into your respective program, without a High School Diploma or GED (Ability-to-Benefit), your employment opportunities may be limited.
Employment assistance is available to American Career College graduates on an ongoing basis as long as you remain in the health care field and we provide such services.
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