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Employment Opportunities


NACElink, a job bank maintained by CVC and the Dallas County Community Colleges, contains full and part time job openings updated daily. Impress potential employers by utilizing NACElinks resume review. Additional valuable resources include information on trending careers, the projected growth of these careers and what industries are leading in the current job market. NACElinks personalized career calendar helps you keep up with your job search related deadlines. NACElink is free to use, and can be accessed by students, alumni and employers by following these instructions:

  1. Students and alumni must register for access to NACElink through the Career Planning and Placement Center located on the first floor of Building A. Employers must register for access by calling 972-238-6921.
  2. Once you have received your user ID and password, visit NACElink. (This site REQUIRES cookies be enabled.)
  3. Once on the site:
    - Enter your user ID
    - Enter your password
    - Click on "Go"

In addition to NACElink, students and alumni may also visit the following sites:

DCCCD Job Openings
CVC is an excellent place to learn and an even better place to work! Search for job openings at any of the seven DCCCD campuses. Jobs range from entry to executive level positions.

DCCCD Health Careers Resource Center
Is a career in the medical field right for you? If so, let the Health Careers Resource Center help. They provide a wealth of resources including a brief interest assessment, information on how to get started and job placement resources for graduates.


America's Job Bank

Providing information for Texas and beyond, Americas Job Bank is a nationwide database that provides extensive career, salary and job information for each state.

Jobing
Providing the tools to help you perfect your resume, Jobing allows registered users to access their free online resume builder app. Find out about local job/career related events. Watch videos on careers that you are interested in spotlighting individuals who are currently working in those fields.

The Texas Workforce Commission
TWC offers a link to search for jobs via Work in Texas. They provide career exploration information in addition to tips for maintaining employment. Undecided on what career path is right for you? This site also offers career inventory assessments.

Work In Texas
Registered users are matched with jobs based on their individual experience, education and interest. Users are also given access to state job listings.