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RCC Career Resources

RCC Resources:Career Services
Academic Programs
RCC’s degree/certificate options overview
Apprenticeship
RCC’s on-the-job training opportunity
Career Base Camp
Career exploration, self-assessment, and job search tools
Career Pathways Certificates/Roadmaps
RCC state approved 12-44 credit programs
Cooperative Work Experience
An advanced learning opportunity for students to apply what you've learned in the classroom to your job or internship worksite.
Holland Codes Career Quiz
Interactive quiz to determine what career path(s) work best for you
Small Business Development Center
One-on-one advising and business management courses to help make more informed business decisions

RCC Career Services Recommended Courses

Several sections of Career Guidance (CG) and Business Technology courses, offered weekdays and online, are listed in the course catalog. Recommended courses include:

Career and Self-Exploration Courses

CG100 – College Success and Survival
 

Job Readiness Courses

BA109 – Ready, Set, Work: Techniques for Landing a Job
BT101 – Human Relations in Organizations
BT105 – Business Ethics

RCC Courses about Money

BA218 – Personal Finances
CG105 – Scholarship Writing-Finding the Money:  Scholarship Essay Writing
CG114 - Financial Survival for College Students


Career Counseling: One on One Appointments

You can meet with a Career Counselor to help define your educational and career goals, assess your abilities, deal with personal concerns, and help minimize obstacles to your success. To schedule a career counseling appointment call
541-245-7552 / 541-956-7191.

Visit the RCC Counseling Department to learn about:

Transferring

Transfer Centers

Your career plans may include transferring to a four-year university or planning for graduate school. RCC Transfer Centers are well stocked with resource materials including all Oregon universities school catalogs, brochures, admission and financial aid applications and transfer guides.

  • Completing a transfer degree
  • Transfer agreements with four-year institutions
  • Transfer timelines
  • Ensuring course transferability
  • Reverse Transfer Degree

Visit the Transfer Centers for more information or to schedule an appointment. Computers are available for students to explore college websites.

  • Riverside campus upstairs of G building next to the Counseling department
  • Redwood campus in Student Services, Wiseman building
TRiO Student Support Services

TRiO/SSS helps you create a successful transfer plan to a four-year college or university.  Contact TRiO/SSS for more information on eligibility.