Whether you want someone to review your resume or you want to brush up on your interview skills, we are here to help. Services that are regularly provided to students include:
The office of Career and Transfer Services coordinates the Federal Work-Study program at Crowder College. The Federal Work-Study Program allows students with financial need to earn money through a part-time, on campus job to help pay education expenses. To determine eligibility, contact the Financial Aid Office. Positions that are vacant are regularly posted and updated on College Central Network, our online job board.
Deciding upon a major can be a daunting task for college students. Crowder College has a variety of career and skill assessment tools that can help you identify career options that align with your skills, interests and values.
Career and Transfer Services contacts all graduates six months after completion of their degree or certificate to collect basic employment and education information. The information that is collected is held confidential and only used for purposes of graduate placement reporting and to help Crowder College assess how we can better prepare graduates for continuing their education or directly entering the workforce upon completion of their degree at Crowder.
Have you recently completed a degree or certificate with Crowder College? Please take a moment to complete a brief, confidential questionnaire.