Career center representative helping a student find a job.

Jobs and Internships

Many students work on or off campus while they are enrolled in classes, as well as explore opportunities for after graduation. We invite you to explore your job, internship and volunteer opportunities here!

Where do I start?

The SBCC Job Connection is a jobs database for SBCC students with on- and off-campus jobs, internships and volunteer positions. Off-campus opportunities can be also be found at on-campus job fairs each semester, and on websites such as Google, Indeed and LinkedIn.

The Job Connection for Students
Create a record:

  1. Log in to Pipeline.
  2. Click on the Student tab, then click on Student Resources.
  3. Scroll down, and on the bottom right click on Student Jobs & Internships.
  4. Fill out your profile.

Begin your job search:

  1. On the left navigation bar: Click "Search" under Jobs 
  2. On the right under red Search button: Click "See All Jobs"
  3. Choose your filters. For job types such as On Campus Jobs, click "Position Type" and choose your desired job type(s). Click View.
  4. You can upload your resume by choosing "Documents" in the left navigation bar.

If you are not able to log in, please go to Click "Forgot Password" and create a  new password. Otherwise, please notify if you are not able to access the Job Connection.

Student FAQs

  • You must be registered for 6 units or more (12 units for International Students)

  • A Federal Work Study (FWS) job lets you earn part of your college expenses and can open up more on-campus job opportunities for you. The purpose of the program is to promote part-time employment opportunities for students. If you are eligible, you will be notified on your financial aid award letter (available in your SBCC Pipeline account). 

    FWS students must be enrolled for a minimum of 6 units and may not work more than 19.5 hours per week on campus.

    • To see if you  have FWS as a part of your financial aid package, check on Pipeline, under Financial Aid Award or contact the Financial Aid Office
    • You must have filled out a FAFSA and qualify for Federal Financial Aid
    • You must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident

    If you have any questions, please contact the Financial Aid Office in Room SS210 or call (805) 965-0581 ext. 2301. 

  • 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. While some supervisors do not require a résumé, if you want to prepare a résumé beforehand, drop by the Career Center and we will be glad to help.

  • The departments below often have applications that can be picked up in their areas.

    Security: Issue parking citations, parking permits, provide parking information at kiosks and be campus escorts for students. Drop by the Security Office & fill out an application. (Must have received Federal Work Study financial aid.)     

    Food Services: Main Cafeteria and West Campus Café: you can drop by the cafeteria to pick up an application for jobs such as cashier, food server and kitchen clean up. Coffee shops, located in the Campus Center and West Campus Library, are posted on the Job Connection.

    The Library and Learning Resource Center:  Various jobs can be found on the Job Connection.

    Disability Services and Programs for Students (DSPS):  Assist disabled students in their classes; note taking and more. Contact DSPS Office in SS-160.

    Athletics: Go to the towel cage by the Life Fitness Center and inquire. You must have been awarded Federal Work Study as a part of your financial aid. Inquire at the Financial Aid office to see if you qualify.

  • The Human Resources office handles student employment paperwork. Details are available on their website
  • The Career Center is available to assist you in finding an internship that will help you meet your educaton and career path goals. 
    Find out more about internships

  • Please note that 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.

    While there are legitimate opportunities for individuals to work from home, be sure to research the position in advance of applying. If you suspect a position listed on Job Connection is fraudulent, please contact the Career Center.  If you believe you are the victim of fraud resulting from a job listing, please contact the local police as well.

    It is very important for you to educate yourself about potential scams. Here are some good tips that the job is probably fraudulent:

    • The promise of a large salary for very little work - especially those that state thousands of dollars of income per month with little or no experience required.
    • Positions that ask you to give credit card, PayPal or bank account numbers, or copies of personal documents.
    • Jobs that ask you to send payment by wire service or courier.
    • Positions in which you are offered a large payment or reward in exchange for allowing the use of your bank account - often for depositing checks or transferring money.

    Federal Trade Commission Consumer Information on Jobs and Making Money

  • LinkedIn is a social networking site for professionals.  Your LinkedIn profile can serve as an online  résumé.  Using LinkedIn can be valuable in job searched, preparing for interviews or making professional contacts. Career Center staff can help you set up your LinkedIn account and profile.
    LinkedIn Help Center

  • On-Campus jobs: International students must be currently enrolled in as least 12 units; must have completed at least 1 semester at SBCC; and, must be in good standing (2.0 GPA) with the ISSP office. International students are not eligible for Federal Work Study jobs.

    Off-Campus jobs: Please check with your international student advisor as to your eligibility to work in the U.S.

  • Below are some resources for undocumented students and DACA beneficiaries.

    National Immigration Law Center FAQs
    Workplace rights for DACA students

    Undocumented Students Guide
    Guide posted on the SBCC Library website that provides recommended resources for research, and services related to undocumented students.

    Immigrants Rising's mission is to "empower young undocumented students to achieve educational and career goals through personal, institutional and policy transformation."

    This is for informational purposes only. It is not legal advice or a substitute for legal counsel.