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48th annual Career Day helps connect students to future employment

by Kaylin Flatland | Staff Writer | [email protected]

Booths, tents and tables representing various employers were spread throughout the quad for students to explore April 23 for City College’s 48th Annual Career Day.

The Career Center hosted workshops throughout early April to prepare students for Career Day on how to network and stand out from the crowd according to the City College website.

Merelesita Vakarau, 20, a political science major, said she was looking to see what careers are available as she is currently on the hunt for a job.

“I found some really cool places to sign up for and to apply to, like the U.S. Census Department,” said Vakarau. “I talked to some people that said they would get back to me within 24 hours, so I texted my cousin and said, ‘You’ve got to get down here. There is some good stuff happening!’”

Jeric Tecson, 21, a kinesiology major, said he was browsing the campus’ array of setups in hopes of finding something pertaining to his major.

“I was browsing, hoping to find some internships for my major and opportunities for kinesiology majors,” said Tecson. “I was hoping to find something for someone who doesn’t have any experience.”

Lincoln Bartlett, 28, a computer science major, found interest in SMUD and a few other companies participating in Career Day. He explained that he wished more tech companies were present at Career Day.

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Yenny Zambrano, 41, a business major, said she was hoping for a little more than just links to websites when speaking to possible employers.

“I understand the way they made the process, but it is just straight to the website,” said Zambrano.

Overall, Zambrano said she was still satisfied to be able to meet some possible future employers on campus.

Jerome Jeffries and Tamarra Michelle introduce students interested in a career in photography to the department’s class offerings | The Quad – City College Campus | Sacramento, CA | Tuesday 04-23-2019 | Photo by Niko Panagopoulos | Staff Photographer | [email protected]

John Enriquez Perez, 20, an undecided major, was browsing career day in hopes of finding a part time job.

Even though Perez has not chosen a major, he is interested in the medical field and enjoyed exploring what Career Day had to offer.

“It’s a good place to get information on what kinds of jobs are out there for medical and other jobs in general,” Perez said.

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