Learn more about taking classes this summer or fall.
You've studied hard and now you're ready to take the next step. We've got the training
and resources to help you successfully find internships or enter the workforce.
Career Services at Kishwaukee College works to build a bridge between the College
community and the local workforce. From resume buildings assistance and interviewing
tips for job seekers, to job board postings and hiring events for employers, Career
Services is the one stop shop for applicant employment assistance. Career Services
is currently providing all resources virtually.
Ferrara Virtual Job Fair
The Ferrara Candy company's new distribution center will be opening in DeKalb soon
and employees are needed. Ferrara and Kishwaukee College will host a virtual job fair
starting at 11 am Tuesday, April 6. Attendees will have the opportunity to network
with company professionals and learn about employment opportunities and benefits.
Registration through Eventbrite is required.
Ideal Industries is searching for qualified employees to join its team. The company,
with headquarters in Sycamore, manufactures connectors, hand tools, testers and meters for the electrical and telecommunications
industries. Explore career opportunities and benefits while learning about training
possibilities through Kishwaukee College. The virtual event is at 1 pm Wednesday,
April 7. Please register through Eventbrite.
Find local employment opportunities through Randstad's virtual job fair. The staffing
agency connects job seekers with prospective employers within the region. The virtual
recruiting event will take place at 1 pm Thursday, April 15. Please register through
Michigan-based singer/songwriter Abigail Stauffer will return to Kishwaukee College for a virtual performance on Thursday, April 15. Her performance will begin at 6 pm via Zoom. The event is free and open to the public.
Kishwaukee College recently awarded nine COVID-19 relief grants to local small businesses. Grants were made possible through a partnership between Kish College, Waubonsee Community College Small Business Development Center, and First Midwest Bank.