SEACC provides ESL Classes, vocational training, counseling and employment opportunities to low income immigrants who are Limited English Proficient, unemployment, low skilled and displaced job seekers including an orientation/information session, sector assessment, job readiness training, workshops and employment placement services that direct job placement at local partner employers, ongoing employment-related support, education about workplace rights, and assistance one-by-one filling out job applications and with online job searches.


SEACC offers a wide range of free employment services offers career seekers access to job search and employment support to develop a plan for successful employment.Services available:

•Overcome challenges to employment and prepare for a career

•Receive one-on-one support with your job search

•Develop and increase your employment skills

•Access job training programs in high-demand industries: health care,  caregiver, hospitality, construction, and technology

•Prepare for employment

•Opportunities for direct job placement

The Career Services Department assists students and graduates

  • Career planning and advising
  • Interview skills
  • Techniques of resume preparation
  • Job leads
  • Completing job applications
  • Interview follow-up
  • Networking
  • Professional attire workshops
  • Time management skills
  • Timesheets and other essential activities.