Metropolitan Community College (MCC) is now a proud partner with Handshake, the #1 site for college students to find jobs. Metropolitan Community College uses HANDSHAKE as its official Career Experiences portal where students can explore careers and work based learning opportunities.
Join Handshake to begin posting opportuninities for MCC students. If you already have an account, please select MCC to post information and job/career opportunities. (employment, internships, sponsorships, job shadowing)
MCC offers various opportunities for employers to connect students and alumni. Contact us if you need assistance.
other mcc job boards
Sign up and create an employer account on Career Coach to post jobs and internship opportunities visible to MCC students. Employer setup is simple:
- Sign up for an employer account and complete your company's profile.
- Once your account is verified, create a new job posting.
- Send for approval and MCC Career Services will review your posting.
- Your account will allow you to view all applicants, download their resumes, and edit your posting anytime.
Skilled Trades Job Board
Post job opportunities anytime here: https://apps.mccneb.edu/JobPosting/ (the system does not like bullet points in your description and flyers need to be under 4MB). Once posted, you can view it here: https://apps.mccneb.edu/JobPosting/JobListing.aspx
Career Services Networking Events
- Speakers Bureau - Contact us for if you are interested in class presentations about a particular career or industry
- One-on-One Information Sessions - Contact us if you are interested in on-site interviews, job/career specific recruitment or information sharing
- Facility Tours - Expose students to industry, career, or life as a professional your environment
- Mock Interviews - Mock interviews allow for MCC students to practice interviewing with professionals from the community. Community professionals will provide feedback on their interview and resume. Contact us for more information.
MCC offers various career experience opportunities for elementary schools, middle schools and high school students.
- A Day in the Life - Expose students to industry, career, or life as a professional your environment
- SAVE Program saveprogram.org