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Career Resource Center

Current students, prospective students, and alumni have access to a variety of career exploration resources, including the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) instrument, Strong Interest Inventory® assessment, O*NET™ Online database, and the DISCOVER® career exploration program. Students can print transfer guides based on their major using the Statewide Articulation Reporting System (STARS). A step-by-step guide is available to each student at Orientation, in the Counseling Offices, in the Career Lab, and in the Student Affairs Coordinator's Offices. Each campus has access to computerized occupational information system through the databases of Alabama's State Employment Office. Faculty and staff are also available to assist students with their career searches.

Job Listings For Students

Job assistance is available to students and alumni at all sites. Employers in Wallace Community College's campus service areas register part-time and full-time position openings. Students and alumni can also receive assistance with writing resumes through resume writing computer programs, job search techniques, and Internet Web sites. Wallace Community College is an equal opportunity employment/affirmative action employer and complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). For job listing locations, refer to page 10 in the current College Catalog.

Amber Dunlap, Career Resource Coordinator
(334) 556-2208 ext. 2208

Additional Online Resources

WCC is not responsible for the content and information provided by the links below.

Wiregrass Jobs

Zip Recruiter for College Students

Practice for Psychometric Tests

What Color Is Your Parachute?

Solutions For A Perfect Career

State of Alabama Personnel Department

America's Job Bank

Alabama Job Link

Help For Employment Of Disabled Persons (J.A.N.)

Occupational Outlook Handbook



America's Career Info Net

Career Builder

U.S. Department of Labor

Occupational Information Network (O*Net)

Dictionary of Occupational Titles


America's Career InfoNet

The Riley Guide

Career Key

Career One Stop

My Next Move




Learning About Your Behavior Styles

The Keirsey Temperament Sort II

Self-Directed Search (SDS)

Washington Occupational Information System
Self-Assessment Career Survey

Job Schizophrenia?

Work Interest Quiz

Work Preference Inventory