Career Development Our Mission and Goals The Career Development Center is a comprehensive career planning and employment services for Del Mar College students and alumni of all majors and classifications, providing one point of contact to expedite the recruiting efforts of companies and organizations. The Career Development Center supports the college's strategic planning process by improving job readiness and knowledge of services. Whether you are a new student or alumni member, the Career Development Office is ready to help you plan for and achieve your career goals! Through individual appointments with professional staff, workshops, and special events you can make your dream a reality! What's Available? Individual appointments and weekly walk-in hours Assistance with résumé, cover letter and career information Workshops, job fairs, and special events Online services for résumé posting and job search Mock interviews for interview practice and critique Computer lab for work on résumés, cover letters and job search Access to online resources for career search: Virtual Career Library, DMC Job Portal, Focus 2 career assessment, O'Net, Bureau of Labor Statistic Resources for Students What is Career Development Department all about? Click here to find out. The Career Resource Center (CRC) is located in the Harvin Center Room 140 and the Career Kiosk Harvin 190 (next to the bookstore) both on the East Campus. Students can gain a wealth of career literacy information, assistance with résumés, and access to our HIREVIKINGS Job Portal. The CRC offers workshops in areas of career exploration, résumé and cover letter building, interview skills, dining etiquette, social media etiquette and is host to job fairs each semester. The Career Kiosk (located next to the bookstore on the East campus) is a one-stop shop for your career needs making it an essential part of the Del Mar College community. These centers are designed for the initial career readiness steps and also offers access to career related search by providing mobile learning spaces, touchscreen computers, tablets, career literacy material, and software programs. The Career Development Handbook has the essentials needed to create a successful résumé, have a flawless interview, and job fair success! Click here to view: Undecided on a Major? Professional staff are here to assist you choose a major and succeed! Professional Career Counselors are here Monday- Thursday (7:30 am- 5:00 pm) in the St. Clair Building- Room 116E. Walk- in or make an appointment by calling 361-698-1916.Are you unsure of which major to choose? This exploration instrument is a wed based and career tool that provides assessments that measure your Work Interests, Personality, Skills, Values, and Leisure. To create a user name follow the link below and select the new user. You will be prompted to enter your student information and the Del Mar College Access Code. All DMC students will use “Vikings” for the access code. Once you create your account you will be able to use the career assessments and planning tools. Take our free career assessment 24 hours anytime by clicking the following link: FOCUS2 Employment For Students: If you are seeking part or full time off campus employment, please visit the Hire VIKINGS for current job postings For Employers: If you would like to post a position, please visit the Hire VIKINGS for instructions on creating a profile and posting your position. For all other inquiries or questions, please contact Vanessa Adkins at 361-698-2467 or email to email@example.com for additional assistance. For Administrators: ADMIN Login ON-CAMPUS EMPLOYMENT To get an on-campus job in conjunction with Financial Aid, please contact that office at (361) 698-1293. The DMC Student Job Bank is a free job posting service available to you 24 hours a day. You can review these employment opportunities by following instructions provided on the DMC Student Job Bank site. SMALL BUSINESS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM The Del Mar College Small Business Internship Program is an opportunity for small businesses in Corpus Christi to grow with the assistance of highly-trained intern students to meet their specific business’ needs. It is a partnership with small business employers who can offer intern students productive and meaningful work assignments with a learning component related to their major. Please contact The Office of Student Leadership & Campus Life Blanca Canales at 361-698-1281 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Get Help With Your Job Search or Exploring Careers Click on the Virtual Career Library logo to access over 6,000 digital pages of career guidance information. Inside you will find hundreds of career advice videos, digital career books and directories, virtual job data cards, job bank resources, and occupational videos to help you achieve career and life success.