You have the skills, now find a job! Clinton's Career and Transfer Planning office is a resource for job postings to assist in your search. Begin your search here!
A well-crafted resume is the first step in getting an interview. Check out this short presentation on putting together a winning resume!
What options are available for a career in technology? What level of training and education do you need to obtain your career goals?
Boost your employablility with a credential or one year Certificate; apply your Certificate credits towards an Asscociate Degree. See your options on the Clinton Career Pathways flyer.
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Are you new to the manufacturing industry and not sure where to start? AIME can help you.
AIME: Assembling Industry, Manufacturing Education is a 6-week training program that introduces participants to the advanced manufacturing industry and prepares them for immediate employment upon successful completion. Students gain critical skills and valuable credentials to give them an edge in the workforce. The program culminates with a job fair, where participants who have successfully completed the coursework have an exclusive opportunity to network with potential employers and interview, on-the-spot, for open positions. Employers seek to hire AIME graduates and the job placement rate is exceptional. Learn more about the AIME program.