Looking for a full-time, part-time, summer or seasonal job?
Meet employers at the following events:
Spring 2019 On Campus Recruiting-PART1-APRIL 25-Go to http://bit.ly/2TonlvX
Spring 2019 On Campus Recruiting-PART 2-MAY 1 Go to http://bit.ly/2Tk9xCu
Welcome to the College Central Network ("CCN) Services at Anne Arundel Community College.
These services are available to students, alumni, community residents and employers.
Approved employers may post jobs/internships and connect with our students and alumni.
Available services, help guides and announcements of interest can be accessed through the icons below. All on line services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL USERS. PROTECT YOUR INFORMATION:
The staff at Employment Services and the Sarbanes Center make every effort to perform checks and due diligence on new employers, who register on our database. However, we ask that you exercise care when using the internet for your job search. Please check the following when conducting your job search and BEFORE you respond to job postings:
- The company’s website does not work nor has detailed information about the company.
- The email address for the recruiter is personal and does not correspond to the company’s email on record. For example, you may see firstname.lastname@example.org instead of email@example.com.
- The address for the job posting lists a home address, does not correspond to the legal business address for the company and appears to be a home based business.
- The job description is sparse; includes spelling and grammatical errors, and is not in keeping with the company’s services and mission.
- The recruiter is offering you a job without a face to face interview.
- The recruiter asks for your personal information (bank account, social security number, credit card) OR asks you to send money or prepay for services and you will be reimbursed later.
- The compensation seems far too generous. For example, you are offered $2,400.00 per week to perform simple tasks.
Google: Conduct a google search using the name of the employer and then the recruiter’s name and the word “scam” and check results.
Better Business Bureau: Go to https://www.bbb.org and check the company/recruiter’s name and you can also use the scam tracker available on the site.
Federal Trade Commission: Go to https://www.ftc.gov/ for various consumer information including SCAM Alerts.
Glassdoor: Go to www.glassdoor.com and conduct a company review.
If you think you have engaged in any fraudulent activity with an employer or you need clarification: