Richland will be closed on Fridays during the summer semester.
Richland has a limited number of positions available to student workers each semester. Some of the positions in which student workers are used include the computer labs, online learning help desk, tutoring, and clerical work. Student employment is a valuable experience to add to your résumé and has earning potential of nearly $2,400 per year. If you are interested in applying for one of these positions, you must fill out a Student Employment Application in its entirety and return it to the Career Center, located in C129.
Your résumé is an opportunity to make an initial impression with potential employers. It must be short (one or two pages), free of all grammatical and spelling errors and look professionally produced. Above all, it must summarize your skills and abilities in a way that encourages the employer to interview you. The parts of a résumé include:
The Career Center publishes a list of local employment opportunities called "Job Flash" that is distributed on campus. This list is updated either weekly or bi-weekly, and is compiled from jobs listed on College Central Network, which is updated daily. For up-to date local employment opportunities, visit the College Central Network Website.
The following information is intended to assist students in elementary, middle, and high schools in planning for future careers.
Making a decision about what you are going to do after graduation from high school is often very challenging. There are many ways to assist you in gathering information to make a good decision.