HACC Students

Career Services Frequently Asked Questions

We are able to assist you. We recommend that you complete the Career Coach Interest Assessment and begin by exploring your interests. In addition, schedule an appointment with a HACC career education professional by calling 717-780-2433 or emailing careerservices@hacc.edu to explore programs of interest and, if applicable, discuss your assessment results or help you get started.

Many assessments are available to help you learn more about your interests, personality and strengths – just some of the many factors one should consider when exploring careers. Please explore these resources under "Self-Exploration," then schedule an appointment with a HACC career education professional to discuss your results. To schedule an appointment, please call 717-780-2433 or email careerservices@hacc.edu

HACC’s career education team works with many career changers like yourself. Simply schedule an appointment with a career education professional to discuss available options. To schedule an appointment, please call 717-780-2433 or email careerservices@hacc.edu.

The Career Services Unit offers a number of resources to learn more about various career fields. We also provide the opportunity to connect with professionals in these fields. Please explore these resources under "Career Discovery," then schedule an appointment with a HACC career education professional to discuss further. To schedule an appointment, please call 717-780-2433 or email careerservices@hacc.edu.

HACC offers a variety of experiential learning opportunities to explore a career field. In addition to informational interviews and job shadowing, these opportunities include service-learning projects, volunteering, internships and mentoring. Please email Kathleen Dormer Carusone, coordinator of Internship and Experiential Learning Opportunities at careerservices@hacc.edu.

Please email Kathleen Dormer Carusone, coordinator of Internship and Experiential Learning Opportunities, at careerservices@hacc.edu to make an appointment. For additional help, plan to attend our “How to Create an Internship Search Action Plan Workshop” offered every semester. For details, please visit the Career Services Events webpage.

HACC has several guides to assist you in getting started. Please explore these resources, then schedule an appointment with a HACC career education professional for additional assistance. To schedule an appointment, please call 717-780-2433 or email careerservices@hacc.edu.

We offer mock interviews for our students to help them prepare and present their “best self.” Please explore these resources, then schedule an appointment with a HACC career education professional for additional interview preparation assistance or to schedule your mock interview. To schedule an appointment, please call 717-780-2433 or email careerservices@hacc.edu

To find a mentor, please email Kathleen Dormer Carusone, coordinator, Internship and Experiential Learning Opportunities, at careerservices@hacc.edu. We also encourage you to check out College Central Network and the mentor database available to our students and alumni. Plus, you can attend the Who is a Mentor? Workshop offered every semester to learn more!

College Central Network is the Career Services platform that host resources and an online job board with numerous internship and employment opportunities specifically posted for our students and alumni.

Go to HACC's Career Services platform, College Central Network, to activate your account and search for open positions.

Career Services offers a mentor program and career fairs throughout the academic year. Go to College Central Network for listings of upcoming career fairs and to search the mentor database.

Yes. No matter when you graduated from HACC or if you took only a few credits then transferred from HACC, you are considered an alumnus and our Career Services professionals are here to assist you with your career development needs. Simply reach out to schedule an appointment by calling 717-780-2433 or emailing careerservices@hacc.edu.

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