There are many ways the community and OTA alumni can give back to the program. Opportunities include teaching OTA classes, giving presentations, helping students fulfill clinical experience requirements, and more.

Jobs and Employers

Become an OTA Adjunct Faculty Member

Thank you for your interest in becoming a member of our OTA teaching team! Adjunct pools are open continuously and applicants are contacted/hired year-round for assignments based on college needs. You can view the full job description and minimum qualifications on the Los Rios Community College Job Board.

For more information, contact the Los Rios Community College District Human Resources Department.

Job Announcements and Advertising Materials

Do you have a flyer you’d like us to post? Please send the flyer as a PDF to We will share the information with our students.

Class Visits

We welcome potential employers to visit our classes. We often have companies visit in the fall semester, during our Level II fieldwork seminars. Not only is this a critical recruitment opportunity for you, but it is also a valuable opportunity for our students to learn. Visitors are encouraged to provide some type of educational presentation on a topic relevant to your setting. We are more than happy to help with ideas for topics.

If you would like to schedule a class visit, please contact Academic Fieldwork Coordinator, Carlin Reaume:

Advertising Materials

If you have extra advertising materials, we will share them with our students. At any given time there are about 65 future OTAs who would like to hear from you.

If you would like to send any of these materials, please mail them to:

Carlin Reaume
Occupational Therapy Assistant Program
Sacramento City College
3835 Freeport Boulevard
Sacramento, CA 95822

Fieldwork Educators

We are always seeking new clinical sites for our students. Not only does fieldwork support the profession by helping students fulfill clinical experience requirements, it provides employers an opportunity to observe the abilities of potential employees, reducing recruitment time and costs. Per our accreditation requirements, we offer two levels of fieldwork in a range of settings.

Level I Fieldwork

Students must complete 20-40 hours of Level I fieldwork in three settings: pediatric, cognitive/behavioral, and physical dysfunction.

Level II Fieldwork

Students must complete 320 hours in two distinct settings.

If you are interested in participating in this vital aspect of occupational therapy education, please contact Academic Fieldwork Coordinator, Carlin Reaume: