Career Center
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Career Center

Career and Employment Services is located in Building 400, Room #403. The center offers one-stop services to include career exploration and skills assessment, labor market information and free employment assistance to all Solano College students and alumni in obtaining full or part-time employment on and off campus. Students can research information and resources on occupations, including employment outlooks, education and training requirements, prospective employment, and current salaries. The Center offers computerized career information systems, on-line resume posting and job search as well as up-to-date listings of current employment opportunities.

For more information or appointments, call the Career and Employment Services Center at 707-864-7124, or visit our online site at

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Events Calendar

All workshops held at the Career Center, Bld. 400, Rm. 403 unless otherwise noted.

  • Sept. 25 | 12 -1 PM | LinkedIn
    LinkedIn can help with job networking and how to choose a school to transfer to! Learn all about it and what you should put on your profile.
  • Oct. 3 | 1-2 PM | Resume Basics
    Come learn what makes the best resumes stand out!
  • Oct 17 | 10-11 AM | Effective Job Searching
    Come learn strategies and tools to find your next job!
  • Nov. 27-Dec. 7 | By appointment | Mock Interview Week
    Practice your interviewing skills! Set up an appointment to practice and receive personalized feedback!

Contact: or 707.864.7124

Our Mission:

Providing resources and guidance to students, alumni and, employers so they attain their immediate and long-term employment goals.

Nondiscrimination Policy

SCC Career and Employment Services does not accept or list any job opportunity that discriminates on the basis of sex, sexual preference, color, religious creed, national origin, marital status, medical condition, or age (over 40). The Solano Community College District is subject to laws governing Affirmative Action and equal opportunity, including, but not limited to, Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Executing Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, California Fair Employment Practices of 1059, Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990, and the Discrimination and Employment Act of 1972.