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Career Hub Frequently Asked Questions

Below are answers to the Career Hub's most commonly asked questions.

FAQ Questions


No. Most Career Hub workshops do not require RSVPs.

However, some events and workshops (such as Major Explorations and Career Explorations), do require RSVPs.

To register for a Major Explorations workshop contact Academic Advisement.

To register for a Career Explorations workshop contact the Counseling Center.

To apply for on-campus or off-campus employment, register for an account on CareerLink. Employers post new positions daily. If you need assistance navigating the site, please contact us.

See Also: Student Employment

The best way to schedule an appointment with us is to send an email with your available days and times.

Most on-campus positions are work-study positions. The federal and state work-study program is based on financial need. This program is a first come, first serve-based program. You must apply and be eligible for financial aid.

It is critical to get your Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) submitted as soon as possible. Work-study funds are limited and are awarded to students with the most need, and who have met the priority deadline for applying for financial aid.

Please visit "Types of Student Employment" for more information.

To find out if you have been awarded work-study, visit TMCC's Financial Aid Office.

For a list of upcoming workshops and events, please visit our Career Hub Calendar.

The Career Hub does not recommend using templates when creating a resume. Employers can recognize a template has been used, and other candidates may use the same template as you have.

Instead, contact us for resume examples and ideas, then let us help you create one!

All TMCC students and alumni are able to receive Career Hub services. (You are considered alumni if you have taken one TMCC class at any given time.)