Career Services – NECC

Get a Career You Love

We are here to assist you at every stage in the life of your career. From career exploration and internships to landing that first job or changing your career, we can get you on the right path for a career you love! Whether you are a currently enrolled student or one of our alumni, contact us and we help you:

Explore Careers

Come talk with us about your academic interests and discuss related careers, participate in various career events and workshops, and use our free resources to help you identify a career that is right for you.

Secure Internships

We can help you get the real world experience that hiring managers value, including volunteer opportunities, paid positions, and internships for credit.

Land Your First Job

We’ll help you craft a compelling resume and cover letter, get you set up on NECCLink, our college job board,

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Gladney University | I Am Gladney


The purpose of Gladney University is to equip clients and professionals with the knowledge they need to help provide positive and healthy outcomes for the children we serve. Gladney University provides adoptive parents with education and support before, during and after their adoption. This education and support helps Gladney provide the finest adoption experience possible and it’s part of Gladney’s promise of family for life.

reFRAMED PodcastAdditionally, Gladney University provides medical professionals, counselors, social service advocates and community members with cutting edge continuing education programs by offering relevant and engaging, web-based and in person educational adoption and child welfare resources. Plus, Gladney University offers a podcast, reFRAMED, for anyone who has a love for children and a desire to meet their needs. Each episode is a conversation with a specialist in their field that provides tips on turning traditional parenting into mindful parent. 

Gladney is uniquely positioned to provide outstanding training

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| Mercy College

The Ursuline Sisters who founded The College of New Rochelle had as their motto, “serviam,” which means “I will serve.” The Sisters of Mercy established Mercy College with a similar motto, “inserviendo consumere,” which means “to be consumed in service.” Now, Mercy College looks to serve CNR students in their time of need.

is committed to providing motivated students the opportunity to transform their lives through higher education by offering liberal arts and professional programs in personalized and high quality learning environments, thus preparing students
to embark on rewarding careers, to continue learning throughout their lives and to act ethically and responsibly in a changing world.

provides students with a rigorous academic experience and extensive preparation for a successful career in a supportive, values-driven community. Founded in 1904 by the Ursuline Order, we honor our Catholic origin and heritage through
a longstanding commitment to intellectual engagement, inclusivity, and service.


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Career Certification & Training Programs MI

You Could Be Working In Your New Career in Just 8 Months!

Look ahead five years from now. Where do you see yourself? Working the same easy job and ending each day with a thirst for challenge? When such a huge chunk of your life is spent at work, you don’t want to settle for subpar.

It’s time to level up your professional life with a rewarding, new start. Career Quest Learning Centers is here to help, whether you’re hitting the reset button or diving into the workplace for the first time.

Let’s get to work and make change happen in Lansing, Jackson, and Mt. Pleasant!

What Does the Career Quest Advantage Look Like?

As an accredited college with a focus on practical job training, we don’t focus solely on traditional book learning. We believe that in many cases, knowledge is best retained through hands-on work and real-world experiences.


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40 Cool Science Experiments on the Web

Perhaps you don’t have enough class periods to do every science experiment you wish you could, or maybe your budget for beakers and baking soda is all tapped out. Maybe you just want to watch and see how it’s done before you try to build a volcano with 24 fourth-graders. Whatever the reason, having students watch a science demonstration close up on the Web is the next best thing! Read on to discover 40 favorites for K-8 students chosen by the great people at the X-Ray Vision-aries blog. They may even inspire your students’ next science fair projects!

1. Dry Ice Bubble
This fun, simple demonstration of how to create a giant soap bubble with dry ice will have your students’ eyes popping.

2. Glow Sticks-Liquid
Light Kids love glow sticks. Ask them how they work and the likely answer will be “batteries.” The answer is simple science. This cool

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Our Best Education Articles of 2017

This is an extraordinary time in history for teachers and their students. Now more than ever, we have the opportunity to help kids (and each other) learn how to be kind and compassionate human beings.

Participants in the GGSC’s Summer Institute for Educators.Participants in the GGSC’s Summer Institute for Educators.

The Greater Good Science Center’s Education Program aspires to provide education professionals with a deeper scientific understanding of social-emotional learning, mindfulness, and other positive youth development practices.

We don’t just do this through our articles, of course. We also offer a Summer Institutes for Educators, workshops, curricula, resources, and consulting. All these tools work together to try to help teachers and school leaders in their journey—building healthier classrooms and schools.


Here are the ten best articles of 2017, based on

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Links to General Science Information

This site is FREE. No sign up. Just study and enjoy. There is a lot of material here so take your time.


What is chemistry?

Order this book for an EASY way to learn CHEMISTRY.hemistry
is the study of matter and the interactions among different types of matter. 
Matter is anything that has mass and occupies space.  The first step in
learning more about chemistry is to read as much as you  can on your areas of interest.  The book “Chemistry
– The Easy Way”
is an example of a “very low cost – almost free” guide to get you started.  However, you can study chemistry at this web site totally free. You do not have to purchase anything. Use the menu chart above and start by studying ATOMS, and ELEMENTS. Then take a look at BASIC CHEMISTRY and follow it as an outline for studying the

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Career Center – Career Center

We educate and empower students and alumni in their development of lifelong career
management skills, build mutually-beneficial networking relationships between job
seekers and employers and serve as a planning resource for university faculty.

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Career Education & Professional Development

One-on-one Remote Advising:

All of our career advisors are offering remote appointments, available via the Career Portal  found on your MyTC.  You can use these appointments to work on overall career search strategy, to refine your resume and cover letters, or to practice for an interview. 


We’re offering a series of online, live workshops on a number of topics including how to improve your LinkedIn profile, networking strategies, and making the most of a summer internship. Is there a topic you’d like to see us add? Let us know!

CEPD Website and Calendar: 

This will be updated throughout the semester, please check

Online CEPD Course: 

Accessed through Canvas

Stay Connected:

CEPD shares news and updates about our programs and resources on our social media channels. Stay connected with us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter. 

We’d love to hear from you. Stay in touch with us at 

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