Looking for a Job?
Career Services offers on-campus student employment opportunities through both Federal Work Study (FWS) and Part-Time positions. Additionally, Career Services collaborates with employers for various off-campus employment opportunities including part-time positions, full-time positions, and internships. All these opportunities can be found on our job database SanJac Works! SanJac Works is an interactive and application-based online job database that provides students, alumni, and community members with the opportunity to search for available positions, from a variety of employers in their desired area.
On-Campus, Off-Campus, and Internship Opportunities
On-campus positions offer flexible work schedules, are conveniently located on campus, and help students gain valuable professional development and experience.
Off-campus positions offer the ability to have a wide range of different positions to choose from, whether you're looking for your very first job or looking forward to finding your dream job after Graduating. Resources for Individuals with Disabilities: Resources for Individuals with Disabilities.pdf
Internships offer students the opportunity to gain valuable professional development and experience by participating in experiential learning directly within their desired field. For additional Internship Information visit: Additional Internship Resources.pdf
Student Training Program
Career Services at San Jacinto College offers several options to its students to help grow their professional skills. For more information on student employee professional development opportunities for all San Jac students and alumni visit: Student Employee Training.pdf
Fraudulent Employer Warning
San Jacinto College Career Services cares about our students' safety and their career success. We understand the effort you are devoting to your job search and future career. Unfortunately, con artists and scammers will interfere by attempting to take your money or your personal information through fraudulent job postings. These postings can be difficult to spot at first, so it is up to you to do your due diligence and to use good judgment and common sense.
If you think you have been scammed:
- Contact Career Services at email@example.com so we can review the position/employer.
- If you did send money to a fraudulent employer, contact your bank or credit card company immediately to hold/close your accounts and dispute the charges.
- Contact the San Jac Campus Police Department.
- If the incident occurred completely over the internet, you should file an incident report with the FTC or call 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357).
Employment Scam Targeting College Students Remains Prevalent
College students across the United States continue to be targeted in a common employment scam.