Career Action Center
Creating Connections Between Students and Employers
We create connections between employers and students by providing opportunities for recruitment, career information, job search, internship education, and access to retraining.
Services include online job and internship listings, a career resource room, job and internship search assistance, and an academic internship program. For those looking for funding to pay for career training, we offer the Worker Retraining Program. Please contact us to see if you meet the eligibility requirements to receive funding through this grant.
Hours of Operation
Mon.-Thurs. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Fri. 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
Front desk phone: 425.640.1256
Enter to Win One of Two $25 Barnes and Noble Gift Cards!
Attend TWO Career Events and become eligible for the raffle! After signing in at a Career Event, pick up your punch card and get it punched.
Students are permitted to submit no more than ONE punch card each per quarter into the raffle. Once your card has TWO or more punches in one quarter, you may submit it into the raffle with your contact information. Once the prize has been presented, it becomes the sole property of the student. The Career Action Center will not be liable for lost or stolen prizes.
The raffle is open to all Edmonds Community College students who are enrolled in classes during the Fall 2015, Winter 2016, and Spring 2016 quarters. Raffle will be held quarterly. Edmonds Community College employees are not eligible for participation.
Students may obtain punch cards from the Career Action Center, MLT 130, Career Resource Room, MLT 138 or at any of our Career Events.
Fall Quarter submission period for the raffle is from September 21, 2015 to December 1, 2015. All entries must be received by 12:00 p.m. on December 1, 2015, in the Career Action Center, MLT 130.
Winner will be drawn and announced by December 11, 2015.
Career Pathways list employment and wage information and resources for college career programs. Career Pathways help students attain their job, career and education goals.
The Internship Program at Edmonds CC is an academic program that combines classroom learning with work experience. Students develop learning objectives and earn college credit for their work. Find out more about our internship program.
Post a job or internship and see other business opportunities.