• Center for Career & Professional Development

    Success in today's competitive job market requires the right knowledge, skills and opportunities. CCPD is here to help. We'll provide you with useful tools and resources and connect you with employers, faculty and staff so you can prepare for anything the future may bring.

    Turn your coursework into a career with help selecting the right major as well as advice and planning for your future.

    Dig deeper into your chosen career with information sessions, online resources, networking, mentoring, internship opportunities and programs like America Needs You (ANY) Partner Fellows Program.

    Start building your brand and getting ready for the job search. We provide resume reviews, mock interviews, job fairs, the CUNY LEADS program and additional support to help you land your dream job.

  • Career Connect

    Kickstart your future with Career Connect, which links you to career opportunities, hands-on experiences (also known as experiential learning), employer on-campus recruitment and more. It's free for current students and alumni.

    Sign up online and download the app to search and apply for jobs, manage your on-campus recruiting activities and connect with employers before, during and after job fairs.




  • Job Search Tips

    Consider Career Connect your go-to resource for the job search. Plus, you can check out Getting Hired, a free resource for job seekers and students with disabilities. Before you start, be sure to read the following tips. You'll learn how to conduct your search with caution so you can land the perfect job.

    CCPD offers Career Connect online tool as a resource for employers to connect with LaGuardia students and alumni seeking internships and jobs. We do not endorse or recommend employers, and a posting does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation. CCPD makes every effort to review each posting, but for your safety we ask that you research employers when applying for or accepting private, off-campus employment.

    Here are some tips on detecting a scam job posting:

    Fraudulent job postings try to take your money, personal information or both. The jobs often appear to be easy and convenient ways to make money with very little effort. Be aware of these red flags:
    1. Avoid job postings that sound too good to be true.
    2. Never apply to a job that asks you to pay a fee.
    3. Do not apply to a job that asks for your personal information, including your social security number, personal bank account, credit card, PayPal account or date of birth.
    4. Do not wire money to someone you don't know.
    5. Always do your research, even if the job sounds legit. Look for the company on the following websites:

    If you suspect that a job position on Career Connect is fraudulent, please contact CCPD.

    If you have sent money to a fraudulent employer, you should contact your bank and/or credit card company immediately to close the account and dispute the charges.

    If the incident occurred completely over the Internet, you should file an incident report with The United States Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission.

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  • Where to Find Us

       Room B-114

    Office Hours

    Monday & Thursday
    9 a.m.–7 p.m.
    Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
    9 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

    Walk-in Schedule

    Monday & Thursday
    2 p.m.–6 p.m.
    9:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
    Tuesday & Friday
    2 p.m.–4 p.m.

    To schedule an appointment with a CCPD representative, first log into Career Connect online, then click Calendar and Schedule an Appointment.