It sometimes seems like the terms “job,” “occupation,” and “career” mean the same thing. With Indeed, you can search millions of jobs online to find the next step in your career. With tools for job search, resumes, company reviews and more, we’re with you every step of the way. Whether you have been downsized, lost your job, are under-employed or are returning to the workforce after an absence, we can help. Our Employment Services programs aid job seekers with workshops and other opportunities to sharpen job search skills and find meaningful employment.
A career is a series of connected employment opportunities, where you build up skills at earlier employment opportunities to move you into higher paying and higher prestige employment opportunities later on. In five years, you’re planning to be doing something very similar to what you’re doing now, but hopefully with more income and more interesting problems to tackle.
America’s Job Center of California – With two locations in Ventura County, the AJCC offers job listings, career guidance, labor market information, training and education resources, and tools for job preparation. Staff helps job seekers match their skills to available jobs or transition to new careers. The best career is the one that makes you smile every day. Whether your passion lies in saving the environment, working with animals or spending time in the great outdoors, our guides can help you pursue a career that matches your interests and skills.
At the Griffith Careers and Employment Service, we provide a range of solutions for students, graduates, businesses and staff. If you’re a student, we can help you plan your career and find work. If you’re an employer, we can assist with recruiting our students, advertising a position or becoming a mentor. Through our premium recruitment service Unitemps, we provide businesses with comprehensive staffing solutions, as well as employment opportunities for Griffith students and graduates. For Griffith staff, we help embed employability and career development into student learning.
This unique event gives students the opportunity to network with professionals and learn about kinesiology-related career options in health, wellness, fitness, sport, and more. You’ll also get to connect with KIN research labs, student organizations, graduate schools, and even programs not listed in Handshake! Sponsored by the MSU Department of Kinesiology.