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On-Campus Jobs

Students in good standing are eligible to be hired for a variety of paid on-campus jobs. It’s a great way to earn income while attending school! To view and apply for these opportunities, please log in to your Handshake account.

Staff will communicate with you if a position requires a different application or additional information.

For Employers: Get Started on Handshake

Federal Work-Study (FWS)

Federal Work-Study (FWS) is a need-based program. Eligible students who are receiving financial aid through FAFSA will be offered a Federal Work-Study option as part of their financial aid package. FWS students who wish to take advantage of this benefit must be proactive in seeking FWS employment on campus in order to earn up to the amount of FWS award they accept. As with all student jobs, there is no guarantee of employment but Internships & Career Services staff are available to help you apply and prepare for interviews.

Find Open FWS Jobs

More Info about FWS

Student Help (Non-Federal Work Study)

Student Help positions are open to any student in good standing, whether or not they qualify for FAFSA. There is no guarantee of employment but Internships & Career Services staff are available to help you apply and prepare for interviews. Visit the Career Center to view open jobs.

Student Jobs

Job Preparation and Planning

Career Exploration

It's completely normal to be undecided on your career path. If you’re not sure what you want to do, try using some career exploration tools to narrow your search.


Cost: Free to SCC students.

Use this School Site Code to create an account: DXTWOCC


Where Am I Going?

Learn about yourself:

  • Occupations
    Over 2500 titles with clearly written and detailed descriptions. Including videos, wages and outlook, and the majors to get there.
  • Brief Occupations in English and Spanish
    Short, one-page descriptions of occupations.
  • Entrepreneurship
    Also known as self-employment, this database has tips and suggestions about working for yourself.
How Do I Get There?

Learn about majors and different colleges and universities:

  • Programs of Study
    College majors and training programs and the schools offering them.
  • Education and Training Themes
    Majors and training programs grouped by themes and their True Color and Inner Hero.
  • Colleges and Universities and Short-term Training
    Find schools and programs that fit your circumstances and requirements.

Additional Exploration


In order to be environmentally friendly, we have limited handouts in the Career Center. For ease of access, they are provided here for viewing and printing.

Find a Job

Visit local and statewide job sites to find available jobs on- and off-campus.

SETA Job Placement Assistance

Sacramento Employment and Training Agency (SETA) in partnership with Los Rios Community College District (LRCCD) is offering services to you at no cost! Services include:

  • Connecting you to career opportunities in your field of study
  • Coordinating and scheduling interviews with local employers that align with your career goals
  • Preparing you for a professional interview
  • Providing advice on evaluating and accepting job offers

For more information contact:

Ira Ayers
(916) 926-2529

Printable SETA Flyer (PDF)

General & Public Services

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Phone: (916) 558-2565


Monday to Friday:
8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Hours are subject to change.


Rodda Hall North, RHN 147
3835 Freeport Boulevard
Sacramento, CA 95822

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