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The colleges of Dallas County Community College District provide career planning services free of charge to students (credit and noncredit), graduates, former students and those in the process of enrolling.

Although services may vary among the colleges of DCCCD, most Career Services Offices provide opportunities for students to learn job search skills such as how to establish employment contacts, complete a job application, write a resume and cover letter, and interview for a job.

Online Job Bank for All Students

All colleges of DCCCD participate in an online job bank that contains full- and part-time job opportunities in the Dallas metroplex. Such opportunities are categorized by the career program areas offered by the colleges of DCCCD.

All Career Services Offices strictly adhere to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Affirmative Action Guidelines. Employers listing positions with the college Career Services Offices have certified that they are EEO employers. Please contact us if you find otherwise.

Begin your job search here.

Consider a  Work-Study Job

Are you eligible for financial aid? If so, consider applying for a work-study job to help pay for your expenses.

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​​Find a Health Care Job — or Let Employers Find You

DCCCD’s Health Careers Resource Center offers a special online job site just for health care students and graduates called HELIX.

You can:

  • Create a free profile, upload your resumé and let employers find you, or
  • Search for jobs that match your interests

Get started today or read our HELIX FAQs for more information.

Looking for an Internship?

An internship in your chosen field can help you gain valuable experience and make contacts in that industry. You can search for internship opportunities on eCampus with the help of the internships.com app. Just log in to eCampus and enter the career field and location that interests you in the box that says “Kickstart Your Career!” You can then refine your search by type of job, location, employer type and more.