Shoreline's Career Center is available for all current students, alumni, and members of the community, to receive assistance with career planning and job preparation.
We can assist you with:
- Articulating your interests and aligning them with occupations and career paths you can pursue
- Linking your interests with Shoreline degrees and certificates that can help you reach your goals
- Finding and applying for internships and jobs
- Creating and updating resumes and cover letters
- Networking and interview preparation and practice
- and more!
- The Career Center is located on the main floor of the PUB (9000 Building), in Room 9203 across from the Main Dining Room.
- Drop-in meetings (which average around 10-15 minutes) are available on a first-come, first served basis Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10:00am - 1:00pm.
- Other meeting times are available by appointment! Please email email@example.com with questions or to schedule an appointment, or call: 206-546-5821
Job and Internship Resources
The following are resources to help you find a job or internship that matches your skills and needs:
- Handshake: https://shoreline.joinhandshake.com
- A student focused career platform, built to help you discover and land jobs and internship opportunities. Activate your account today at the link above to access to the #1 way college students find their next role. Download the app, for on-the-go access: app.joinhandshake.com
Shoreline Community College is a WorkSource Connections site. We partner with King County to support community members as they seek meaningful employment by providing career and training services.
The following are free online resources are available to help you explore your interests and align them with career opportunities:
College and Career Success Class (COL 101)
In this first-year course, students engage in self-discovery by identifying their
personal, professional, and academic goals. Students collaborate with peers to explore
how to make the most of the college resources available to them. By the end of the
course, students will have developed skills such as time-management, goal setting,
and advocating for themselves which will help them in college and beyond.
3 credits | Student option grading available
Academic Advisors can help you choose among different degree options and build a course schedule. They can also connect you to any support services you may need.
Individual counseling is available to those who want to investigate their strengths and interests, need assistance setting educational, career, and/or personal goals, and want to develop confidence in their plans.