Step 1: Apply Online
Step 2: Set up your MJC Email
Step 3: College Orientation
Step 4: Assessment Testing
Step 5: Education Plan
Step 6: Official Transcripts
Step 7: Apply for Financial Aid
Step 8: Register for Classes
Step 9: Pay Fees
Contact the friendly Admissions Office staff if you have questions about adding or dropping classes, or filing for pass/no pass.
The Assessment Testing Office administers tests to help you select appropriate courses or satisfy pre-requisites.
International students should start by visiting our Information for International Students.
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Summary Guide includes job description, job outlook and wages, and qualification requirements.
Detailed Guide expands on everything in the Summary Guide plus benefits, licensing, education, training, links to possible employers, how to find a job, related occupations, and links to additional resources. (Source: Employment Development Department)
Manufacturing Careers include occupations from all aspects of the industry - from the germ of an idea for a new or improved product to its design and testing processes, execution of production processes, quality control, and final delivery to the customer. Included are entry-level through more technical and professional manufacturing occupations. (Source: Employment Development Department)
Want to take the mystery out of making the best college/career decisions? The best way to do that is to gather clues that can lead you in the right direction. Use the resources, experiences, and connections in these Career Clues adventures to help you identify college/career directions that compliment and build on your unique talents and strengths. (Source: Career Clues site)
The O*NET program is the nation's primary source of occupational information. Central to the project is the O*NET database, containing information on hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors. The database is continually updated by surveying a broad range of workers from each occupation. Information from this freely available database forms the heart of O*NET OnLine, the interactive application for exploring and searching occupations. The database also provides the basis for our Career Exploration Tools, a set of valuable assessment instruments for workers and students looking to find or change careers. (Source: ONET website)
DON'T LET YOUR FUTURE JUST HAPPEN TO YOU!! TAKE ACTION NOW!!
Are you a:
freshman wondering which major to choose?
sophomore questioning your career direction?
junior looking for the perfect internship?
senior seeking your first career position or looking for the best graduate school program?
graduate student seeking a career in academia or in industry?
The Career Services Center has a full range of programs and services to help you find and achieve your career passion. (Source: UC Merced Career Center)
Gathering occupational information is an important part of the career planning process. This information includes employment outlook, salary, related occupations, education and training, and job duties. Find what you need in these articles, descriptions, and interviews. (Source: About.com)
If you are wondering what career may be best for you... or you need help in finding
the right college...or you would like to research scholarships or grants for which
you may be eligible...then you are at the right web site!
EUREKA has been helping students plan their careers for more than 25 years. With EUREKA, you can research Colleges and Universities, take assessment tests to help you find careers that may be right for you, learn about programs of study available for your chosen career. (Source: Eureka)
Need help with finding a career you like, finishing high school, getting work experience, writing a resume, getting a job, getting training, working for yourself, applying to college and/or finding job search assistance visit this site for helpful resources!
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Phone: (209) 575-6239
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Transfer Center Staff
Leticia Cavazos - Counselor
June Hunt - Program Specialist
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