Only through a partnership with faculty can CDAC support students by connecting their academic experiences and career paths – in and out of the classroom. 

CDAC resources are available as you teach and mentor students toward becoming independent thinkers equipped for career success. Consider requesting access to GGC's jobs database, ClawLink, powered by Handshake, and introducing one or more career resources into your coursework. Or invite a member of CDAC to speak to students about the various CDAC services.

Presentation Resources and Topics

  • Career assessments
    • Learn how to connect personality, skills, interests and values to majors and careers
  • Career exploration
    • Learn how to explore career options within a major
  • Graduate school preparation
    • Learn now to plan for graduate school search, applications, exams, essays, and interviews
  • Internships
    • Learn about the different types of internships, how and where to search, and why they are important
  • Interviewing
    • Learn effective interviewing skills for graduate school and/or jobs
  • Job search
    • Learn now to identify effective job search resources (including social media) and strategies
  • Life after GGC
    • Learn how to manage the transition from college to career
  • LinkedIn profiles
    • Learn how to build a profile and connect with professionals
  • Overview of career services
    • Learn about the variety of services and resources offered by CDAC
  • Professional dress
    • Learn how to professionally dress for business dining, interviewing and networking events
  • Professionalism
    • Learn how to demonstrate professionalism both inside and outside of the classroom
  • Resume and cover letter writing
    • Learn how to craft a strong resume and cover letter
  • Salary trends and expectations
    • Learn to how to identify salary trends, expectations and ways to negotiate
  • Workplace ethics
    • Learn the values, moral principles and standards of the workplace

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