Key Career Resources for CMC Graduates and Displaced Workers
Transitioning to the Job Market During COVID
Graduating in the Age of Covid-19: Student Guidebook
An excellent resource provided by The Washington Center with guidance on thinking through your approach, practical actions to take now as well as longer-term actions for a more secure future.
How to Maximize Your Career Development During Covid-19
Practical tips on things you can do, even while life is on pause, to support your career development.
Here's Who's Hiring Right Now
Companies from industries spanning from technology to retail are hiring to meet increased demand caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Here is a regularly updated list of companies hiring right now.
Job Seeking Tools
Savviest helps you write tailored, successful resumes and cover letters, find jobs that fit your background and get hired. Make the job-seeking process faster and easier by creating persuasive resumes that follow industry best practices, are adapted specifically for each job to which you apply and pass muster when evaluated by employer applicant tracking software.
Once you create your account you will need to upgrade to 'Savviest Pro' which is being offered free of charge by Savviest and the CMC Career Services office for the next 6 months. You can learn more about the ways Savviest can help with your job search and applications and how to write amazing, education-first resumes as a student or recent grad. The CMC Career Services department is here to assist you!
Once you've created a great resume for the job search using Savviest, don't forget you can upload that document on the CMC job board to connect with employers who are hiring. Students must first log in to Basecamp to access the job board. Alumni maintain their accounts even after graduation, and access is free and ongoing.
Remote Work Resources
CMC is continuing to monitor the challenges associated with COVID-19 and its impact on student internships. We have partnered with Parker Dewey to make Micro-Internships more accessible to students and recent graduates. As such, we would like to remind students of the opportunity to pursue these short-term, professional, paid work experiences which can be completed remotely.
Through Micro-Internships, students can demonstrate their skills, explore career paths, and develop their professional networks. These paid opportunities typically range from 5 to 40 hours of work, and students can be selected for multiple Micro-Internships.
Navigating Remote Experiences
An excellent array of resources and tips compiled by Swarthmore College
CMC Back to Work Career Webinars. Free and Open to the Public - Starting in October.
Special Resources for Displaced Workers
Lose your job because of COVID? CMC and the Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative (COSI) are granting $150,000 in scholarships this year to displaced workers in our mountain communities. See Back to Work Scholarship.
OnwardCO, a one-stop resource for the people of Colorado impacted by job loss during the COVID-19 Pandemic