Career Services Center
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm
We are currently located on the 4th floor of the College Center.
Coastline Community College's Career Services Center assists students in making informed and educated decisions regarding their career goals, as well as with job search and acquisition. Students can obtain labor market information such as current employment statistics, labor force, wages, and outlook. Take advantage of the following services:
- Career Assessment & Exploration
- Job Search Assistance
- Interview Techniques and Tips
- Mock interview
- Resume Preparation and Development
- Resume Critique
- Job Search Related Preparation Workshops
Register for Coastline CareerLink Today!
Coastline CareerLink is Coastline Community College's online job portal. Here, as a student or alumni, you will be able to view job postings, submit applications, access resume and cover letter templates, as well as RSVP for all Career Services Center events such as workshops and career fairs. Employers may also register with Coastline CareerLink to submit job postings and participate in career services events as well.Registration is easy and free!
- Go to https://coastline-csm.symplicity.com/
- Click on the "Student/Alumni" or "Employer" tab
- Select "Register" on the right hand side of the page
- Fill out your information and submit
Career Assessment & Exploration:
The websites below are only a starting point for you in your career assessment and job search. For in-depth assessment and career counselling, make an appointment to see a counselor by calling the Coastline Community College's Counseling Center at 714-241-6162.
Eureka – www.eureka.org
Provides possible job and career choices based on your skills, personality, and values.
Site ID Code: Please contact the Career Services Center to get Site ID Code at 714-241-6311
Create your personal EUREKA Online account:
- Go to www.eureka.org, Click Sign Up.
- Under Students/Clients enter Site ID Code, click Next.
- Complete the personal information form, click Next.
- Choose a Login name and Password.
California Career Zone – www.cacareerzone.org
Free online assessments, industry and career information.
The Perfect Career Interest Inventory – www.theperfectcareer.com
Identify career options as they relate to your personal interests.
HumanMetrics – www.humanmetrics.com
Free test based on Jung-Myers-Briggs personality approach. Discover possible career choices based on your personality type.
Career Café –– www.careercafe.com
Virtual Career Center
Occupational Information Network (O'NET) – online.onetcenter.org
Lists occupations and the key attributes, skills, and salaries.
Occupational Outlook Handbook – www.bls.gov/ooh/a-z-index.htm
U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook.
Dictionary of Occupational Titles – www.occupationalinfo.org
Provides job titles and job descriptions
Part-time / Full-time Job Leads
On-Campus Interview with Employers
Featured Job Leads
Following is a collection documents describing current local job opportunities. For more information, please contact the employer listed in the document. For information about posting an employment opportunity, please contact email@example.com
Job Search Engines
California Job Service – www.caljobs.ca.gov
CareerBuilder – www.careerbuilder.com
Indeed – www.indeed.com
This site scours other job search engines and brings all those job opportunities to this one site.
Government Job Opportunities – www.governmentjobs.com
Simplyhired – www.simplyhired.com
USA Job – www.usajobs.gov
JobTop – www.jobtop.org
Monster – www.monster.com
Dice – www.dice.com
Technology job search engine
Online Practice Interviews
Interview Stream gives you the power to practice, save, and conduct your online interviews from the comfort of your own home or career center.Get Started in Five STEPS
Get Started (Free). Log in and create an account.
- Select Interview Questions. Choose up to 10 interview questions
Interview - plug in your webcam and begin your interview.
Review and retry after each response.
Upload, Watch & Share. Upload and review responses.
Email to others for feedback.
Listen and count your filler words. Retry interview and track your progress.
Library of Resources
Veterans Employment Center – www.ebenefits.va.gov
Translates military occupational codes into civilian career paths. Provides a list of employers and organizations that have made a commitment to hire or train veterans.
Labor Market and Salary Information
California Labor Market Information – www.labormarketinfo.edd.ca.gov
Salary.com – www.salary.com
US Department of Labor – www.bls.gov
Please contact Career Services Center staff at 714-241-6311 or firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for these workshops.