You've studied hard and now you're ready to take the next step. We've got the training
and resources to help you successfully find internships or enter the workforce.
Career Services at Kishwaukee College works to build a bridge between the College
community and the local workforce. From resume buildings assistance and interviewing
tips for job seekers, to job board postings and hiring events for employers, Career
Services is the one stop shop for applicant employment assistance. Career Services
is currently providing all resources virtually.
Spring Into Success Virtual Job Fair
Local employers are inviting job seekers to take part in the Spring Into Success Multi-Employer
Virtual Job Fair hosted by the DeKalb Workforce Development Office through Kishwaukee
College. The virtual job fair will take place starting at 10 am Wednesday, June 23,
via Zoom. Registration is open for job seekers and employers. Once registered, guests
can visit multiple employers throughout the day.
The Kishwaukee College Foundation welcomed new members to its Board of Directors while bidding farewell to outgoing members during their May annual meeting. Geri-Dee Hayden, T.J. Irving and Jackee Ohlinger retired from their positions on the Board of Directors upon completion of their terms.
Kishwaukee College is committed to supporting a strong regional workforce by creating partnerships with local businesses, which in turn provides opportunities for students and job seekers in our communities.