Career Centers

Career Center services are available at each campus location. Students can meet with a career advisor to discuss their major and career options, polish their resume and cover letter, and create a LinkedIn profile to search for jobs and internships. The Career Centers offer online career assessment inventories for students to become self-aware about their interests, values and skills and learn how they relate to majors and occupations.

Meet with a career advisor to facilitate your career advising needs or schedule an appointment online. We encourage all PBSC students and recent alumni to upload their resumes into the College Central Network online job portal where employers can search student resumes for their hiring needs. In College Central Network, students can view and apply to job and internship openings, RSVP to attend career fairs, special events and workshops, and connect with career mentors through the portal.

The Career Centers offer workshops on resume writing, mock interviews, job search strategies, professionalism in the workplace, and career and internship fairs, along with industry career panels and other career events. We encourage students to explore our webpage and make the best use of online career planning tools.

Credit classes in career development and job searching are available to students:

SLS 1300 Career Self-Assessment - 1 credit

SLS 1301 Career Development - 3 credits

SLS 1302 Career Information and Decision Making - 1 credit

SLS 1303 Job Search - 1 credit

Visit the Career Centers webpage for additional information and to schedule an appointment:

Eligibility to Use Career Centers

The following persons are eligible to use Career Center services:

Currently enrolled students in degree, certificate or CCP programs, credit classes, and noncredit professional development courses (i.e., insurance or real estate). Students are eligible for services for the full academic year, even if they enroll for only one term within the year.

Graduates of Palm Beach State College degree and certificate programs. Former students who complete an associate degree, bachelor’s degree, college credit certificate or a CCP program of 600 clock hours or more are eligible for lifetime access to services. Former students completing CCP certificate programs less than 600 clock hours are eligible to receive services for one year following receipt of the certificate. After one year, enrollment in another Palm Beach State course or program is needed to receive services.

Prospective students with applications on file. Transfer students must pay the application fee in order to establish their eligibility.

Inactive students (those who previously attended Palm Beach State but did not graduate and want to enroll in the upcoming semester or term) must complete an application for readmission as well as meet any additional admission requirements to enroll for the upcoming term. Students may be eligible for limited services until they start classes in the upcoming term.