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Job Placement/Internship Support Center


The Job Placement/Internship Support Center provides no-cost assistance to vocational/ technical students and graduates in obtaining employment. Jobs posted include positions in child development, business, industry, technology, allied health, secretarial, liberal arts, and automotive areas. Information is available on full-time, part-time, temporary, permanent and seasonal off-campus employment.
Employers visit the campus to recruit for full- and part-time employment. Applications are distributed and interviews are conducted on campus. A library containing current information on vocational, technical and academic careers and job opportunities is available for student use. The "Occupational Outlook Handbook" and "The Handbook of Occupational Titles," as well as many other journals, books and software are just some examples of the valuable sources of data available.

Soft Skills Training Workshops

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soft skills workshop flyer

Current Events

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Employment/Career Resource Expo - March 30, 2011

Mission Statement

The Job Placement/Internship Support Center is committed to provide a comprehensive approach in preparing students for short- and long-term employment and career goals. Internship resources and referrals are available to enhance student vocation and academic objectives. The JPIS Center is equipped with career guides and online Internet access. The JPIS Center, in collaboration with CalWORKs and EOP&S, ensures a successful transition for students seeking career opportunities and upward mobility. Building for tomorrow requires accomplishments today.

Available Internships


Available Job Opportunities

Job Placement/Internship Support Center
Dills Vocational Technology Building.
Phone (310) 900-1600, Ext. 2788

The Job Placement/Internship Support Center abides by Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity guidelines.


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