Career Services

Career After College Fair

The Career After College Fair is open to all current UCC students and alumni. Representatives from the following companies have confirmed they will be attending: Costco, ODOT, Worksource Oregon, Douglas County Mental Health, Forest Service, Roseburg Forest Products, Ross, Seven Feathers, Servpro, and Aaron's Sales.  Interested? View our presentations below.

But first, please take our pre-survey. Thanks!

Presentation: Preparing for the Career after College Fair

Presentation: Creating an Effective Resume

Career Resources

Umpqua Community College is committed to providing you a variety of career services and resources. As a UCC student, you can access the following in the Advising and Counseling Department, located in the Student Center building, during regular business hours. Some resources are also available online.

Career Counseling

Career counseling can help you choose a course of study and decide on a career that is suited to your aptitude, personality, interest and skills.

Experiential Learning

Experiential Learning opportunities include informational interviews, job shadowing, internships, and cooperative work experience.

Student Employment

Through the federal Job Location and Development Program (JLD), UCC's Student Employment staff identifies employment opportunities for students who want to work regardless if they are eligible for federal student aid. Part-time and full-time vacancies are posted in the Student Employment office and online. Postings are located in Student Center. Program registration is required.

UCC Online Career Resources

The following are links to a few career resources available online:

Career Pathways
Student Job Placement