Many students are initially uncertain about a career field when entering college. Adults returning to school may be curious about the possibilities and options for the future. The Counseling & Student Development Center offers counseling to students and community members. Those interested in meeting with a counselor to explore available options and obtain guidance toward a career path, should call to schedule an appointment.
In addition, students can take a two-credit Career Planning class (CSD 100) either on-line or in the classroom. This class is designed to guide students in the selection of a career path and to assist with employment skills. Career Planning class can be used to meet the student success requirement for the AA or AS degree.
There is a wealth of career information available in the Kishwaukee College Library and in the Career Center. Students can also get help with job seeking skills, resume writing and interviewing techniques from the Career Center.