To request any of the services listed below, please contact Career Services.
Career-related programming and special workshops are available for all academic departments, student organizations, and campus groups. Please include the following information when requesting a presentation:
Name of Organization or Individual
Estimated Number of Attendees
Program Date and Time
Equipment Available in Scheduled Meeting Room
Presentation Topic Requested - Please choose one:
Don't Cancel Class!
If you should anticipate the need to cancel class, contact the Career Services office to schedule a career-related presentation. Class can then meet as usual, attendance can be taken, and your students will learn valuable lessons about career planning.
Bulldogs for Hire
All PCC Faculty have access to Bulldogs for Hire - our online database of employers, job and internship opportunities, career events, and student resumes. A Faculty account will allow you to:
- Search for jobs and internships available to students and alumni in your major
- View student resumes and report student hires
- Create and save customized searches for quick reference
- Receive job postings related to your curriculum
- Find company information and contacts
- Receive announcements of upcoming events
If you know of an employer who might be interested in recruiting PCC students or alumni, please refer them to our office or direct them to Bulldogs for Hire via our
Job Announcements page.
Placement Forms for Your Students
All academic departments may utilize our credential file program to prepare students for the job search process. The file is made up of a Placement Data Form and Student Reference Forms. For more information about the program, please visit our Placement Forms section.
We welcome referrals from Faculty and Staff who are connected with students or alumni who may find our services beneficial.
Presentations for Faculty
The Career Services office welcomes the opportunity to speak in Faculty meetings about our services.
Often as faculty and staff, a student or alumni asks for assistance in their job searches and for a letter of reference. Unintentionally, you may find that your assistance results in illegal or unethical actions. Below you will find helpful resources offered by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) to ensure appropriate and legal actions and information are delivered to the student.