If you're enrolled in an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) or Certificate program of study, our Perkins Career Program can help increase your career knowledge in your chosen field and gain the skills needed to perform well on the job. These free, individually tailored supportive services include:

  • comprehensive personal career guidance and counseling, including vocational assessments and job search assistance;
  • career exploration and planning workshops;
  • internship opportunities;
  • academic and occupational tutoring services that are specifically designed for Perkins students and include the use of interactive computer software and technical equipment;
  • ESL (English as a Second Language) advising tailored to Perkins program participants;
  • additional instruction outside of class for students pursuing health-related careers;
  • services for students with disabilities; 
  • support services for economically disadvantaged, displaced homemakers and single parents, limited English speaking, non-traditional and educationally disadvantaged students.