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Cecil College and Career Planning System - This program allows you to gain valuable information about various careers and educational opportunities available to you. You can use the system to help you pick a major, or search for a college. You can also complete your resume and find a job. Contact your advisor to assist you with the system and with your college and career planning needs.

College Central Network
 - available to students, employers and alumni. Students and alumni may post resumes and search for jobs. Employers may post jobs and search student resumes.

Job Placement
- Do you need a job? Do you need help developing a resumé or preparing for an interview? Career Services can help you with all aspects of your job search and help you connect with local employers. Contact the Career Services office to meet with a career advisor at (410) 287-1000.

Career Research
- You will need information about various careers in order to make decisions. What majors are required for certain careers? What salary could you expect to make? What is the employment outlook for a specific career or job? Career Services can assist you with finding the answers to your questions.

Individual and Group Career Advising
- A career advisor is available to meet with you to discuss and develop your personal career plan.
Workshops are held on topics such as "How do I pick my major?" as well as resumé writing, interview skills, and job search techniques. Dates and times for workshops will be announced during the semester. For additional information regarding Career Development Workshops, please contact Andrew Coston at 443-674-1468.

What is an Internship?

Student Internships provide opportunities for students to gain experience in their field, determine if they have an interest in a particular career, create a network of contacts, or gain school credit. An internship may be paid, unpaid or partially paid (in the form of a stipend). Paid internships are most common in the medical, architecture science, engineering, law, business (especially accounting and finance), technology and advertising fields.

Internships in non-profit organization such as charities and think tanks are often unpaid, volunteer positions. Internships may be part-time or full-time; typically they are part-time during the university year and full-time in the summer, and they typically last 6–12 weeks, but can be shorter or longer. The act of job shadowing may also constitute interning. Internship positions are available from businesses, government departments, non-profit groups and organizations.