For EmployersCareer Services staff works closely with employers to coordinate internships, develop apprenticeships, and meet your part-time and full-time hiring needs. Ask us about:
- Hire A Scot Job Board
Need great talent? Find candidates with the skills and training you need to advance your workforce.
The Apprenticeship Program at MCC provides you with the pipeline to develop a workforce with advanced skill sets that meet your specific industry needs.
Mentor new professionals and cultivate potential employees.
A Micro-Internship is a short-term project that can typically be completed within 5-40 hours and is due within a few days to a few weeks. These projects require no on-boarding and can be completed by a college student with minimal instruction. These are important but low-risk tasks that aren’t the best use of your time.
You set the price for each project. All projects are fixed-fee, and most are listed between $200-$600, typically implying $15-20/hour based on estimated hours of work. 90% of this fee goes directly to the intern, and there are no obligations or other fees even if the relationship turns into an internship or full-time role.
Micro-Internships can be either on-site or virtual, depending on the specific requirements of the project. We typically suggest remote, as this provides more flexibility and accessibility.
Learn more and post your micro-internships »
- Campus Table Visits
Once per semester, schedule an employer table visit for an opportunity to connect with students and increase your campus visibility. For reservations, contact Career Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or (815) 455-8566
- Job Fairs
The job fairs provide opportunities for students, alumni, and community members to connect with local employers seeking interns, temporary workers, and part- and full-time employees.
- Career and Technical Education Advisory Committees
MCC relies on the close ties we have with business and industry to ensure our Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs meet current occupational needs. To that end, we build program-specific committees for each area. These committees generally meet once a semester for about two hours to help advise us on the development, implementation, and evaluation of CTE programs to ensure we’re meeting both our student and workforce needs in the community.