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The SRJC Career Hub brings together all of the college's career focused departments and programs, bridging the connection between academic courses and career services. We include the following departments: Career Development Services, Job Development, On Campus Student Employment, and Work Experience.  Together we are designed to meet the needs of our students, alumni, and local employers. Contact us to learn more about work experience courses, on campus student employment, career opportunities, and meet with our Career Professionals.

Career Hub Contact Information

  DETAIL HOURS
CHAT See website: careerhub.santarosa.edu MONDAY-THURSDAY 9:00am - 4:00pm
FRIDAY: 8:00am - 12:00pm
EMAIL careerhub@santarosa.edu SEND EMAIL: 24/7 WE'LL REPLY: MONDAY-THURSDAY 9:30am - 3:30pm
MAIN OFFICE (Santa Rosa) Bertolini Student Center,Third Floor, Room 4842 [LINK TO MAP] OFFICE NOT OPEN DURING COVID-19
OFFICE (Petaluma) Kathleen Doyle Hall, Resource Center, Room 214 [LINK TO MAP] OFFICE NOT OPEN DURING COVID-19
PHONE 707-527-4329 MONDAY-THURSDAY 8:00am - 5:00pm, FRIDAY 8:00am - 12:00pm
WEBSITE careerhub.santarosa.edu 24/7

*Office is closed during district holidays and breaks -see Academic Calendar

 

DEPARTMENT & POSITION DESCRIPTIONS

  • CAREER DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

    CAREER DEVELOPMENT

    Career planning is an integral part of the education process. Career Development Services offers resources and services to assist students with choosing a major, making career decisions and developing an educational plan to meet career goals. These services are available to enrolled students and alumni.

    POSITION CONTACT LEARN MORE
    Career Advisor Jill Mead
    • Career Exploration & Research
    • Career Interest Inventories
    • Job Search/Job Preparation
    • Resume & Cover Letter Development
    • Interview Tips/Practice
    • Occupational Outlook
    Career Counselor(s)

    Mackenzie Galindo

    • Assistance Choosing a Major
    • Develop an Educational Goal
    • Career Assessment Testing

     

  • JOB DEVELOPMENT

    JOB DEVELOPMENT

    Job Developers at Santa Rosa Junior College provide information and guidance to students on career planning, job opportunities, and other career-related topics. As part of the SRJC Career Hub students and alumni can utilize the services when seeking out the means to connect to employers, develop their professional profile, and engage in the development of their career-readiness. Job Developers works collaboratively with faculty and staff to coordinate and facilitate recruitment days, employer panels, and targeted job fairs.

    POSITION CONTACT LEARN MORE
    Job Developer Ann Mansfield
    • Employers connection to the college
    • Job Fair & Networking Events
    • Employer Meet-up & Recruiting Events 
    • 1:1 Career Coaching & Interviewing Assistance 
    • Connect with Employers
    • SRJC Job Board
    Student Interns VACANT
    • Assist Job Developers
    • District Marketing
    • Job Fair & Career Event Coordination

     

  • ON CAMPUS STUDENT EMPLOYMENT

    ON CAMPUS STUDENT EMPLOYMENT

    On-campus employment provides students the opportunity to acquire and develop general work habits, earn extra money while enrolled in college and to assist departments in maintaining programs.  Student Employment provides support services for SRJC student employees including Federal Work Study students throughout their employment. Students must be enrolled part time to work on campus, 6.00 units in Fall and Spring semesters and 3.00 units during the Summer session.  Hours of work are limited to 25 hours a week, and 20 hours for international students.  Students are employed at four District locations, SRJC Santa Rosa, SRJC Petaluma, Shone Farm and Southwest Center.

    POSITION CONTACT LEARN MORE

    Coordinator, Workforce Development

    Jamie Longnecker
    • Hiring Packet approval
    • Oversees all paperwork related to working on campus
    • Job Board
    • Assist international students with on campus employment steps
    • Supervisor contact 
    • Student questions regarding on campus employment
    Student Office Assistants VACANT
    • Receive and process Apprenticeship paperwork
    • Receive and process Instructional Service Agreement (ISA) paperwork
    • Receive and process Student Employment paperwork

     

  • WORK EXPERIENCE

    WORK EXPERIENCE

    Courses offered assist students in acquiring desirable work habits, attitudes, career awareness and other professional skills. Internship courses are a bridge between classroom learning and work with the internship directly related to the students’ major.
     
    Work Experience students apply employability skills known as “soft skills” in a work environment. Soft skills include teamwork, effective communication, time management, adaptability, and problem solving. The skills learned in Work Experience courses help students develop skills that support career and college success. 
     

    POSITION CONTACT LEARN MORE
    Internship & Work Experience (Occupational) Coordinator
    Faculty
    Lauralyn Larsen
    • Determine eligibility for an Internship
    • Obtain an Add Code for an Internship Course
    • Learn more about Internships
    Work Experience (General) Coordinator
    Faculty
    Kim Kinahan
    • Determine eligibility for Work Experience
    • Obtain an Add Code for one of the Work Experience courses (General or Occupational)
    Community Engagement Coordinator
    Faculty
    Laurie Bacci
    • Learn more about Community Engagement
    • Determine if you are eligible for a course 
    • Obtain an Add Code for the course

     

  • WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

    WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

    The Career Hub brings together Career Development, Job Development, Student Employment, Work Experience, Internships and Community Engagement services in one location. The goal of Career Hub is a one-stop Center to address students' career needs.  They can schedule an appointment to meet with our professionals who can address many of their questions.  Our services range from career exploration, job hunting assistance (both on campus and off), college credit for working in paid positions and internships, and college credit for volunteer opportunities. 

    POSITION CONTACT LEARN MORE
    Dean of Workforce Development Brad Davis
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    Coordinator, Workforce Development

    Jamie Longnecker
    • Apprenticeship Contact
    • Instructional Service Agreement Contact
    • On Campus Student Employment
    • On Campus Supervisor Contact
    Administrative Assistant II,
    Workforce Development
    Joshua Pinaula
    • Faculty Paperwork
    • Student Office Assistant Supervisor
    • Website 
    Student Office Assistants Emily, Jassel, Kimberly, & Vlada
    • Customer service at the front desk
    • Help book an appointment
    • Receive and process paperwork
    • Respond to emails and voicemails
    • Job Board Help: Employers and Students

     

 


APPOINTMENTS

  • Fill out the Appointment Intake Form
  • Please allow 24-48 hours for a response
  • Learn more about our services by contacting us directly!

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