GETTING A JOB (STUDENTS)
Finding an Off- or On-Campus Job*
Log on to SBCC's FREE online listing JOB CONNECTION for jobs, internships and volunteer positions:
- Log in to Pipeline.
- Click on the Student tab, then click on Student Resources.
- Scroll down, and on the bottom right click on Student Jobs & Internships
Download their App: Careers by Symplicity
*If you are not able to log in, please do the following:
Log in to https://sbcc-csm.symplicity.com/students/ and click the "Forgot Password" link to create a password. Please notify firstname.lastname@example.org if you are not able to access the Job Connection.
Finding an On-Campus Job
Are you eligible to be a Student Worker?
- You must be registered for 6 units or more (12 units for International Students)
Are you eligible for Federal Work Study Jobs?
- You must have filled out FAFSA and must qualify for Federal Financial Aid
- You must be a US citizen or permanent resident
- Check on Pipeline, under Financial Aid Award or talk to Financial Aid Office
Visit Departments On Campus
Each campus department conducts its own hiring, and some do not post job openings on the Job Connection. You may go in person to see if a department is hiring, Have your available-to-work hours ready.
- Security: Issue parking citations, parking permits, provide parking information at kiosks and be campus escorts for students. Drop by Security Office & fill out an application. (Must have received Federal Work Study financial aid.)
- Food Services: There are three areas: Main Cafeteria jobs: Cashier, food service, & kitchen clean up; West Campus Café jobs: Cashier, food service, & kitchen clean up; Coffee Carts, Campus Center & West Campus Library.
- Tutorial: Contact Gateway Tutorial Center, ECC 4 or Cartwright Learning Resource Center, CLRC, Room 120.
- Disability Services and Programs for Students (DSPS): Assist disabled students in their classes; note taking. Contact DSPS Office in SS-160.
- School of Media Arts (SoMA): Contact the DAC Lab in A-177.
- Athletics: Go to the Towel Cage by Life Fitness Center and inquire. (Must have received Federal Work Study financial aid.)
- Other departments to consider: Admissions & Records; Counseling; ESL/School of Modern Languages Language Lab (H328); Learning Resource Center – West Campus, Career Center (SS-282); Theater – West Campus, Atkinson Gallery WC 303 or call ext. 3484, Bookstore.
Job Search Resources
Safe Online Job Searching: Avoiding Job Posting Scams - General Tips for Students
Job Search Tips: This handout can help you organize your job search
Clean Up Your Social Media: Rep'nUp (coupon code JOB)
LinkedIn is a social networking site for professionals. Your Linked In profile can serve
as an online résumé. Using LinkedIn can be valuable in job searched, preparing for
interviews or making professional contacts.
How to Create a LinkedIn Account
LinkedIn Etiquette Tips
Get LinkedIn Workshop
Need help? LinkedIn Help Center
Looking for experience in a field? Not able to find the right job? Doing an Internship could be the right choice. As an SBCC student, you have lots of options at your fingertips to help you find an internship that is right for you.
The Job Connection is your online one-stop shop to find full and part-time job opportunities, as well as internships and volunteer positions. Use the keyword Intern in the Employer tab to research employers who have let us know they are willing to host interns. SBCC is unable to research the integrity of each potential employer. Therefore, students are urged to undertake this responsibility. Use caution and common sense when applying for any position with an organization or applying for a job with a residential address.
Job & Internship Fairs are hosted by the Career Center typically in the fall and spring. Dozens of local and regional employers attend the SBCC Job and Internship Fairs with jobs and internships for SBCC students.
Employers occasionally "table" on campus in order to meet directly with students, or set up on-campus interviews. Check the tables in front of the cafeteria or on the West Campus walkways for employers or organizations looking for interns.
You may want to do an internship for college credit. Enrolling in Work Experience 290 or a department-specific internship class is the only way to complete a college-supervised internship and receive credit for your internship.
Internship Handouts and Article Links
Slide Presentation: Internships: How to Find One
Resource: See Internship Program through the Scheinfeld Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation
The Job & Internship Fairs bring to campus dozens of local employers and organizations with jobs, internships and volunteer positions for SBCC students.
Fall Job & Internship Fairs
Seasonal Holiday Job Fair
Spring Job & Internship Fair
Summer Job & Internship Fair
Questions about campus recruiting? Contact Janna Mori at email@example.com or (805) 965-0581 x4133.
STUDENTS: Check your Pipeline email and this website for Job & Internship Fair updates.
EMPLOYERS: Interested in attending a Fair? Send an email of interest to Janna Mori at firstname.lastname@example.org