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The Career Center offers multiple sources to connect with employers:

  • Annual Career Fair—Takes place every April in the Babylon Great Hall. A list of employers is posted two weeks prior.
  • Online Job Board—All employment positions are currently posted on College Central Network, Carroll’s online job board. 
  • Start with College Central Network (hyperlink “College Central Network,” Carroll’s online job board for students, alumni and community members.
  • BERC – A comprehensive one-stop community workforce development center that provides resource information for many different organizations.
  • Maryland Workforce Exchange—Job links throughout Maryland, searchable by skills, occupations and distance from a zip code you designate.
  • Maryland Job Network—Links for jobs throughout Maryland classified by industry and majors.
  • America’s Job Bank—National clearinghouse for the public Employment Service. Updated daily with new listings.
  • StudentJobs.gov—Information on federal co-ops, internships, summer employment, the Outstanding Scholars Program and volunteer opportunities, as well as plenty of temporary and permanent part-time and full-time jobs.
  • USA Jobs—Federal government’s employment website.
  • AmeriCorps—Internships and employment opportunities in nonprofit agencies.
  • Idealist—Employment opportunities in environmental, advocacy and nonprofit agencies.
  • Islamic Society of North America—Islamic organization in North America that contributes to the betterment of the Muslim community and society at large. 
  • Latino Professionals—Search source connecting employers with professional candidates who possess language skills, international experience and/or multicultural knowledge.
  • Out and Equal—Nonprofit organization specifically dedicated to creating safe and equitable workplaces for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
  • Out For Work—Job board and résumé review for LGBT job seekers.
  • Getting Hired—Employment listings for job seekers with disabilities.
  • Hire Disabilities Solutions—Employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities.
  • American Association of People with Disabilities—Internship opportunities for individuals with disabilities.
  • Do not attend an interview in a private residence.
  • Beware of ads that offer large salaries for almost no work.
  • Avoid companies offering jobs without having met you.
  • Beware of a company that wants money for training, application fees, etc.
  • Do not release bank or financial information to a company.
  • Companies should not send payment in advance of work.

Contact Career Development

410-386-8500 | careerdevelopment@carrollcc.edu

DISCLAIMER: Carroll Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, age, national origin, sex, or disability in its education programs, activities, and employment as required by specific Acts of Congress and Federal Regulations. Career Development provides free job listing services to employers and to students. Our office strives to provide accurate information from employers, but because of the volume of job postings received by this office, we do not screen each employer or person that lists jobs with us. We do not endorse the products or recommend the services of any employers listing jobs through our office. Carroll Community College is not responsible for the safety, wages, working conditions, or other employment aspects of any jobs listed on our website. Students are urged to use common sense and caution, and practice due diligence in researching employers before applying for any off-campus employment positions within a business, organization, or private residence.