Job Search & Internship Resources

The Career Resource Center offers various services that will help you navigate through your journey. We offer career counseling appointments to help you explore your career options and fine-tune your goals; we also offer job development services.

Everyone’s job search begins differently. Some people are just starting the job search for the first time and some are choosing to make a career change. This process is deeply personal and only you can know when searching for a job feels right.

Jobs, Internships, & Volunteer Opportunities

Jobspeaker — Clovis Community College’s main job board

Jobspeaker is where your Job search process begins. It is a portal for employers who are interested in recruiting Clovis Community College students. Jobspeaker allows students to access and apply for employers’ jobs, internships, volunteer, and other opportunities.


Jobspeaker: The right tools to get you the right jobs.

On Campus Positions

Interested in learning more about on-campus positions? Find out if you qualify by visiting Federal Work-Study.

Other Job Search Engines

Other job search engines the Career Resource Center recommends are:

Ed Join
EDjoin is the number one education job site. Find your next great job today.

Linked In

Linked In
Manage your professional identity.
Linked In

USA Jobs

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Shape America's Future Find your fit in the Federal Government
USA Jobs

Cal Careers

Cal Careers
The State of California offers a wide variety of careers and jobs, ranging from accounting to zoology.


Indeed is the #1 job site in the world with over 250 million unique visitors every month.


Glassdoor is the worldwide leader on insights about jobs and companies

Internship and Volunteer resources

Other websites the Career Resource Center recommends for internships and volunteer are:

Big Internships

Big Internships
BigInternships designed to match the best internships for students who are entering into the job market

Handson Central California

HandsOn Central California
Interested in one-time volunteer opportunities or making a long-term commitment, we have a way for YOU to give back to your community.

Volunteer Match


VolunteerMatch is how good people and good causes get connected.

Find The Best Volunteer Opportunities Near Fresno County.

U.S Department of State

U.S. Department of State Careers Logo
The U.S. Department of State Student Internship Program is an unpaid internship with the opportunity to work in U.S. embassies and consulates throughout the world, as well as in various bureaus located in Washington, D.C. and at Department offices around the United States. This program is designed to provide substantive learning experiences in a foreign affairs environment.


HACU - Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities

Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities

"Opening Doors of Opportunity - Abriendo Puertas de Oportunidad"

Clovis Community College is supporting students in applying for HACU internships, through the HACU National Internship Program. The deadline is still coming up: Feb. 12, 2021, and opportunities cover a huge variety of majors/interests, including medical fields.

Fresno County Internet Hub

Fresno County Internships Start Here!
Fresno County internships provide students with exposure to careers in public service and opportunities to make a difference in their communities.  Internship opportunities are available in fields such as administration, law enforcement, information technology, planning, engineering, social services, public health, behavioral health, and many other areas. 
Intern Hub

Preparing For Your Job, Internship or Volunteer Opportunity

Our Career Resource Center delivers various workshops, that will help you prepare for your search, practice your interviewing skills, polish your resume, and much more.  For a full list of upcoming events visit: Career Services Event Calendar

The Career Resource Center is here to assist in your journey, and it is highly encouraged you to meet with a career counselor should you have questions about career exploration.

Our Career Planning Guide is available for those who wish to begin the career exploration process independently. 

Make sure to connect with us on our social media accounts like Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter to stay up to date on everything career!

Need additional assistance or would like to schedule a meeting with the Career Resource Center?

Give us a call at 559-325-5398 or email us at