News & Events
JIF March Madness!
Jobs and internships will be showering down and you don't want to miss out on your chance to blossom into your future career.
- Thursday, March 1
- 10AM - 2PM
- Oceanside Campus: Fountain Area
- RSVP: miracosta.edu/JAIN
Be sure to dress professional and bring your resume!
Careers In Art Event!
- Learn how different roles relate to many career paths in Art!
- Wednesday, February 14, 2018
- 1:15-3:00 p.m.
- MiraCosta College
- John MacDonald Board Room, OC1068
- Careers In Art Flyer
Spring 2018 Workshop Dates
- Workshop Schedule (PDF)
Free on-campus workshops on using social media for job search, choosing a major, writing your resume, interviewing tips, and more.
Meet JAIN! Our New Job and Internship Network
Log in to JAIN with your SURF ID and password.
Online Portfolio Tool Launches
Portfolium is now available to all MiraCosta Students. Portfolium helps you create an organized, visual record of your academic and professional accomplishments. Think of Portfolium as your own professional website. Check your email for your special registration link or contact the Career Center at 760.795.6772 for help.
Career Advice from MiraCosta Faculty
Interested in what MiraCosta faculty have to say about how to succeed in the courses they teach and in related careers? Hear what advice they had to share at the Career and Major Fair.
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Congratulations to the 2017 Student Employee of the Year Yadimir Eduardo Mendoza!
Lab Assistant at the Community Learning Center (CLC), Yadimir has been described by his supervisors as reliable, knowledgeable, and kind. According to MCC Instructor Elizabeth Clarke, “The students look for him when he is not there and ask for him often. This is the greatest testament to his leadership in the lab because it demonstrates to us that the students see him as an important partner and support in their success.” Yadimir received his Associate of Arts Degree in Business Administration in May 2017. In the fall of 2017 he will pursue a certificate in personal training, along with beginning classes at California State University San Marcos. He was also recently promoted to Instructional Aide at the CLC where he will continue to make positive contributions in working with students and community members.