Current Students

Students

Career Services is available to help Students with…

Career Exploration

Explore a Major

The college uses the New Jersey Career Assistance Navigator (NJCAN) as a career assessment and exploration tool. To begin, create a profile by visiting www.njcan.org and use the Username: Cumberlandstudent1 and Password: NJcan!17 as first time log ins only.

Career Advising

A Career Counselor is available to discuss your major, explore career fields, review your resume, job search preparation and help you develop a career blueprint. Email [email protected] to request an appointment.

Experiential Learning (EL)

EL is the process of learning through experience and hands-on learning. The college offers these opportunities through internships, field work, and service learning classes. Students can view these opportunities by creating a student account in College Central Network (CCN) www.collegecentral.com/cccnj select My School’s Jobs and then View Jobs by Job Type.

Finding a Mentor

Students have an opportunity to be paired with a professional in the community who is working in their field of interest. The program is designed to help strengthen the student’s career knowledge and networking skills. For more information contact [email protected].

Employment

Finding a Job

The career office receives many job orders from employers in the community. Students may access these listings in our career portal. To view a listing of jobs posted to our school, create a student account in College Central Network (CCN) http://www.collegecentral.com/cccnj select My School’s Jobs and then View Jobs by Job Type.

Student Employment - Federal Work Study (FWS)

The FWS Program provides federal funds to the college in order to provide part-time employment to help needy students to finance the costs of postsecondary education. Positions are available on and off campus. To be considered, students must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and select the option to participate in the Federal Work Study program. Click Here for more information on the Federal Work Study Program.

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