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Careers & Job Search: Welcome

This guide helps users find employment resources at MATC and beyond.

CareerHub (formerly JOBshop)

CareerHub (formerly JobShop): 
Student Employment, Career, & Transfer

MATC has an abundance of resources to help you make decisions about your college major and your career. Our mission is to assist students and alumni with all aspects of the job search. We offer a variety of services for MATC students & alumni including career exploration, prior experience evaluations, resume reviews, mock interviews, and job search assistance.


Handshake is a great resource for students and alumni to connect with internships and job opportunities. Log in for access to campus employment, internships, jobs, appointment scheduling, and career events.

Employment at MATC

MATC Libraries

The MATC Libraries have many resources available to help you in your career and job search. Browse the links below or enter your terms in the One Search box.

Search All Library Materials with One Search


Films on Demand Logo

Films on Demand offers a wide variety of online streaming videos and is accessible on campus and off. Browse from a list of Career & Job Search Videos, or type in your search terms in the search box at the top of the Films on Demand page.

Reference Solutions by Data Axle (formerly Reference USA)

The U.S. Jobs and Internships Module provides access to millions of jobs powered by Job postings for businesses link directly to the detailed business record, providing patrons access to important company information. There are also helpful tools such as: resume writing, job search tips, interview tips, salary estimates, job related articles, aptitude testing, continuing education, and test tips for LCAT, MCAT, SAT and ACT.

Watch the video: How to search for jobs - US Jobs/Internship Module  

Learning Express Job & Career Accelerator

Learning Express Career Preparation and Career Accelerator

Click on the Sign In button in LearningExpress, and use your school email address and password to "Sign in with Google." Then click on the Career Preparation or Job & Career Accelerator module to learn more about a career, get information and access tutorials on job searching, resumes and cover letter writing, interviewing skills, and networking skills, or prepare for an occupation exam.

Career Guidance Center (Ferguson's)

Career Guidance Center (Ferguson's)

The Essential Career Research Database—Job Profiles, Skills, and Resources. A comprehensive resource for career exploration and planning that allows users to quickly find the valuable career information they need, whether it’s industry and professions articles, school planning resources, or skills and career advice.

O*Net Online

O*Net Online

Build your future with O*NET OnLine, your tool for career exploration and job analysis! O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more!

Citing Occupational Outlook Handbook (MLA format)

Example MLA Format 8th edition:

 “Dental Hygienists.” Occupational Outlook Handbook, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 17 Dec. 2015, 


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