|Monday||9AM - 5PM|
|Tuesday||9AM - 6:30PM|
|Wednesday||9AM - 6:30PM|
|Thursday||9AM - 5PM|
|Friday||By appointment only|
We serve all RACC students from across all academic disciplines, as well as RACC alumni, by helping them define their career goals and take the steps necessary to achieve them.
We invite you to contact us with any questions, comments, or concerns you may have regarding our services.
What we Do
Individual Career Counseling appointments are available for:
- Interest/personality assessment
- Major/career selection
- Occupational research
- Resume writing/critique
- Cover letter writing/critique
- Interview skills training
- Job Fair preparation
- Business etiquette review
- Strategic Job search planning
All Services are free to RACC Students and Alumni.
Events and Newsletter
Check out our weekly ›› Now Hiring Newsletter! ‹‹
View all Career Center events and bulletin board.
On our Job Board #RECRUITARAVEN you may:
- Explore Jobs and Internships
- RSVP for Career Events
- Upload and share your resume with employers
Please visit the For Students, For Alumni, or For Employers webpages for information on how to login to #RECRUITARAVEN.
Students/Alumni: login to #RECRUITARAVEN.
Résumé Critique and Interviewing Skills Services
Students and alumni are encouraged to make individual appointments to have their résumé critiqued and sharpen their interviewing skills. Students can contact us with questions they have about their résumés or the interview process. If you need to create a résumé and/or cover letter and need assistance, please make an appointment to visit the Career Center located in Berks Hall Room 220.
Focus™ 2 is our career development tool, which assists students who are undecided about their majors and or would like to find a new career option. This resource combines self-assessment, career and major exploration, decision making and action planning in one.
To start your Focus™ 2 account, please login here and use the access code RAVENS. If you need assistance, please feel free to contact the career center at 610-372-4721 ext. 6246 or come to Berks Hall, Room 220.