Resources for Employers

Your organization’s success depends on having qualified employees. If you have openings to fill, the Dallas County Community College District’s Career Centers can connect you with hundreds of promising applicants, and many of the services are free!

Why Recruit Through DCCCD’s Career Centers?

  • Applicant pool of more than 65,000 students
  • Diverse student body
  • Qualified candidates with the latest skills
  • A broad range of career disciplines
  • Former students also seeking employment

Career Fairs

Career fairs are held at the seven colleges in both the fall and spring semesters.

Online Job Listings

List your full- or part-time job openings on DCCCD’s free online job listing service, which is available to students at all locations.

On-Campus Recruitment

Individual organizations can recruit or list jobs at any of our locations using their free services.

Internships

North Lake College welcomes internships for students, but they must meet certain criteria. Please review the document regarding what constitutes an intern, specifically if an employer is offering an unpaid internship.

On-Campus Recruitment Opportunities​​​

  • Direct-hire employers may recruit on campus any Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. We allow employers to use our recruiter tables in the foyer near our campus bookstore, library, and cafeteria in Building A.
  • North Lake College hosts a spring career fair at the central campus in Irving for direct-hire companies. 

Hired A Student/Graduate?

The First Year Advising & Career Development Center would like to thank you for recruiting at North Lake College.  If you have hired a student, graduate, or community member, please tell us about your new hire here. All information is kept confidential and will only be used to report to the US Department of Education, which is one of our funding sources. Thank you for hiring North Lake College Blazers!

Career Seminar Opportunities

We are always looking for direct-hire employers to offer information to students regarding their industries and all aspects of the job search process. Please contact the Career Center if you would be willing to conduct an on-campus workshop, participate in our Career Week activities, such as H.R. Panels, Mock Interviews, Etiquette Dinners, and Mocktail Events.​​​​​

First Year Advising and Career Development Center

  • A430
  • 972-273-3140

  • Office Hours:

    • Monday-Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.;
    • Friday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

For walk-in First Time in College advising please arrive 45 minutes prior to the close of business.


Crystal Larthridge
Career Coach - Pathways
clarthridge@dcccd.edu

Angela Davis-Woods
Career Planning Specialist
adavis-woods@dcccd.edu

Marife Magdaleno
Career Planning Specialist
marifemagdaleno@dcccd.edu

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