Career Services - Students/Alumni
- Career Exploration
- Resume/Cover Letter Review
- Interview Preparation
- Job/Internship Search
Appointment Instructions (Current SAC Students)
- Log in to your ACES Account
- Click on the “Start Here” tab
- Select the “Alamo NAVIGATE” icon
- Click “Login”
- Select the “Appointments” tab on the left-hand side
- Select “Schedule an Appointment”
- Select the Experiential Learning
- Select the Location and hit Next
- Select the Day and Time that works for you and hit Next
- Review the selection and confirm your appointment
*Alumni may set up a resume review or interview preparation appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org*
*Prospective students may set up a career exploration appointment by emailing email@example.com*
Grow with Google Career Readiness Program
SAC students can now access free career readiness lessons (fully online) and earn certificates from google. Click the link below to register and select San Antonio College as your institution.
Students - Career Services
The College Work-Study Program is a financial aid need-based program that provides a student funds earned through employment.
To be eligible, students must meet the following requirements:
- Must complete the current year's Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or Texas Application for State Financial Aid and any additional requested verification items
- Must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours, 3 of these at their Home Campus
- Must be making Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
* Students only need to complete one application and various departments on campus can view your application and contact you for an interview*
When onboarded, supervisors/hiring managers should assist the student in completing a Work-Study Agreement Form.
View our internship guidelines here: experiential learning page
Students can view open full-time, part-time, and internship positions on Handshake.
Alamo On The Job
As an Alamo on the Job Paid Intern you can expect to gain hands-on career experience with job shadowing, assisting and contributing to a team project, career training to increase your skill set, an assigned mentor, and networking opportunities. At the end of the Alamo on the Job Internship, students are ready to conquer the workforce.
Parker Dewey (Short-Term Paid Projects)
External micro-Internships are short-term, paid, professional assignments off-campus that are similar to those given to new hires or interns. These projects enable students to demonstrate skills, explore career paths, and build their networks as they seek the right full-time role.
Unlike traditional internships, Micro-Internships can take place year-round, typically range from 5 to 40 hours of work, and are due between one week and one month after kick-off. Micro-Internships are used by companies ranging from those in the Fortune 100 to emerging start-ups, and go across departments including sales, marketing, technology, HR, and finance.
Career Exploration Resources
FOCUS - A self-paced, online career and education planning tool. Access the Focus 2 page to register. (Access Code: sacproud)
Career Coach - A user-friendly web-based tool, that provides real, local data about hiring trends, salary ranges, and the Alamo College programs. (Career Coach)
Career Finder - Explore the 6 Alamo Institutes, plan your career path and find additional information on Admissions. (Career Finder)
The O*NET OnLine program - The database contains information on hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors! (O*NET OnLine)
SAC U.S. Census Data - View the count of SAC graduates by industry information from the U.S. Census. (US Census Data)
- SAC DACA Resources
- Life After College: A Guide for Undocumented Students https://www.marquette.edu/diversity/documents/undocuguide-life-after-college-guide.pdf
- Income Generation Options for Undocumented Students Toolkit https://wma122hzpn616547eg937b5t-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Income-Generation-Options-for-Undocumented-Students-Toolkit-1.pdf
- SAC DACA Resources
The Reentry and Integration Division’s Website for Work initiative is a groundbreaking program connecting qualified ex-offenders, statewide, with employers in need of a skilled worker based on education, vocational training, certifications, and work experience. Register today to receive a closely matched employee for your workforce needs.
- White House Fair Chance Pledge
- Department Of Labor Resources
- Soft Skills Builder
- Resources for Felons
- Bexar County Reentry program
- Felon-Friendly Job Types
- Reentry Resources
- Dave's Killer Bread Foundation
- Honest Jobs
- The Ex-Offenders Job Interview Guide: www.amazon.com/Ex-Offenders-Job-Interview-Guide-Lights/... (Universal Amazon book, $9.95, 2008)
- Best Jobs for Ex-Offenders: 101 Opportunities to Jump-Start Your New life: www.amazon.com/... (Universal, Amazon book, $8.99, 2015)
- Ex-Offender's Quick JobHunting Guide: www.amazon.com/Ex-Offenders-Quick-Job-Hunting-Guide/dp/... (Universal, Amazon book, $11.95, 2009)
- Criminal Record Job Guide
- Ex-Offender Resources By State
- Ways to Connect with Employers
- Evidenced-Based Workforce Training Series
- Job Search Help for Ex-Offenders
- Tips for Working with Jobseekers Newly Released from Prison
- Transitional Jobs & Best Practices
- Effective Job Development Strategies
- Financial Education & Reentry
- Felon Friendly Job Lists
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Find useful tools identifying career clusters and what careers match your skills. Students can also watch career videos, look up hot jobs for the future, and perform career searches on what interests them.
Explore a collection of videos of many different careers. Videos include career details such as tasks, work settings, education needed, and more.
Lots of students are just figuring out things in middle and high school. Have your student take this fun quiz to help them think about what they’re interested in and what they’re good at.
Find a new career based on past jobs and skills
The Succeed at Work – Flyer Quick overview of a successful employee that businesses will want to hire and keep balance
This site guides students with tips and industry specific interview
The Department of Defense provides high schools with the Career Exploration Program for students considering the military
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