Career Services

Career Services

Carroll Career Services

Carroll College Career Services empowers students to discover passion, realize potential, and pursue lives of purpose.

"Non Scholae, sed Vitae" - Not for School, but for Life

NEED A PART-TIME JOB OFF-CAMPUS?

Check the online job boards on this page. Follow the link on the right side of page to “off-campus jobs.”  Employers list part-time jobs with us throughout the year, so you can check on a regular basis for new opportunities

INTERESTED IN PROVIDING CHILDCARE?

We have a partnership with “College Care Givers,” an online site that our students use to locate such positions. There is a college caregiver page specifically for Carroll College:

http://www.care.com/edu/carroll-college-helena

Students are able to provide a summary of their relevant experience as well as applicable references right on the site, (including whether you are CPR /First Aid certified, etc.) allowing families a sense of security in finding suitable workers. This arrangement has produced very satisfying results for both families seeking childcare as well as our students seeking this type of employment.

 We refer any requests for nannies, childcare, eldercare, special needs care from families in the community to this site to find Carroll students who seek this type of employment.

 

 

Upcoming Events

Peace Corps Rep On Campus Thurs, Sept 11


You can make a difference for 27 months in a developing community overseas with a job in Education, Health, Environment, Agriculture, Youth Development, or Community Economic Development.

 Thursday, September 11

4:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Sandbox in Corette Library

Our Regional Peace Corps Recruiter will provide an Info Session

All students, freshmen through senior are welcome.

Seniors, APPLY NOW to secure your post-graduation job and be overseas in 9-12 months!

www.peacecorps.gov/apply

Peace Corps Online Webinars:  http://www.peacecorps.gov/volunteer/learn/meet/events/online/  

 

ON CAMPUS VISIT: JET (Japan Exchange & Teaching Program) OPEN TO STUDENTS OF ALL MAJORS

The Japan Exchange & Teaching (JET) Program is an opportunity through the Japanese government for college graduates to work in Japan. Please join JET Representative, Matthew Niemi, on:

October 17, 2014

10:00am – 11:00am

St. Charles Hall 17

 Positions available:

*Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) - work in public schools alongside Japanese teachers to introduce the English language & American culture

 *Coordinator for International Relations (CIR) - work for local governments translating, interpreting, and promoting internationalrelations (advanced Japanese skills required)

Eligibility:

*U.S. Citizenship (to apply through U.S.)

*Bachelor’s degree by July 1, 2015

Career Services Satisfaction Survey

Please take a moment to fill out the Career Services Satisfaction Survey. If you have come to Career Services (or worked with us via email) for assistance in Career Development, or internships,or really anything, or if you have come to one of the events sponsored by Career Services, then we would like you to please please fill out this survey.  Click here to take survey

Class of 2014: Employment Outlook Survey

Check out the NACE Job Outlook 2014 full results. The job outlook provides a forecast for possible employment for college grads. 

Each year, the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) surveys its employer members about their hiring plans and other employment-related issues in order to project the market for new college graduates for the current class and to assess a variety of conditions that may influence that market.

 

2014-15 Occupational Outlook Handbook Now Available!

The 2014-15 edition of the Occupational Outlook Handbook was released today by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The OOH can be accessed online at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/. 

The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a publication of the United States Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics that includes information about the nature of work, working conditions, training and education, earnings, and job outlook for hundreds of different occupations. The Handbook is released biennially with its companion publication the Career Guide to Industries.

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Contact Us

Career Services Main Office
For employers and inquiries
406.447.5532

Rosalie Walsh
Career Services Director
406.447.5530
rwalsh@carroll.edu

Nisan Burbridge
Internship Coordinator
406.447.5465
nburbridge@carroll.edu

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Employment Opportunities

On Campus

Mail Clerk

Office Assistant

Reading Tutor Four Georgians

Reading Tutor Broadwater Elementary

Reading Tutor Hathorne



Internship Opportunities

GEOPHYSICAL FIELD TECHNICIAN

White House Internship Program Spring 2015

Fall 2104 Governor Bullock Intern

Health Sciences Internship Opportunity



Off Campus

Super 1 Foods Store, Various Positions

Medical Scribes at St. Peter's Hospital Emergency Dept

Quality Inn Front Desk Attendant

Assistant Wastewater Operator - part time school year

Preschool, Rec and Team Gymnastics Coaches - Helena Athletic Club