Room 116 at Norwalk Site

All enrolled students may use the services provided by our job center.  Meet with our job development specialist who will:

  • Provide up-to-date career information
  • Assess your interests, values, abilities, skills, and personality
  • Provide guidance for appropriate, job-specific training
  • Help you prepare resumes/cover letters/ job applications
  • Prepare you for job interviews
  • Offer targeted suggestions for projecting a professional image
  • Assist with actual job searches

Also have access to the following:

  • Job postings for companies in Norwalk, La Mirada, and the surrounding cities
  • Computer stations where you can type resumes and cover letters, search for jobs on the Internet, and explore various career opportunities
  • Print resources on the following topics:
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook developed by the U.S. Department of Labor
  • Job Finding Fast by J. Michael Fast
  • How to Get Interviews from Classified Job Ads by Kenton W. Elderkin
  • America's Top 100 Jobs for People Without a Four-Year Degree by Ron and Caryl Krannich