Career Planning and Development
Fremont College takes a one on one approach to career planning. Each student has access to Career Development team on day one of their studies and is encouraged to meet with them once a term. Career planning is individualized and tailored to the needs of every student.
In addition to personal career coaching, Fremont College offers career development workshops and classes. These classes include:
§ Resume Preparation
§ Cover Letter Writing
§ Interview Techniques
§ 21st-Century Job Search
§ Professional Networking
§ Mock Interviews
§ MBLEx Application
§ CAMTC Certification
i. Graduate Support
Your Career Development team is here to support you while you are in school—and after graduating. We assist you with submitting certification applications and studying for licensure. If your interviewing skills are a little rusty, you can schedule an appointment for a mock interview. Need some help with reaching out to potential employers or internships? Let us help you with networking and interview scheduling.
All graduates are invited back to the campus to take part in our Career Fairs. Our last Career Fair featured 15+ employers from a variety of industries—all looking to interview and hire Fremont students on the spot. Among these employers were:
§ Massage Envy
§ The Salvation Army-Haven
§ BDS Marketing
§ Hilton Irvine
§ DuBunné Spa Club & Massage Centre
§ Los Angeles County District Attorney
§ Kia Depot
§ Revmed Clinics
§ Los Angeles Paralegal Association
§ New York Life
§ AppleOne Employment Agency
§ Hart Employment
§ OfficeTeam/Robert Half Legal
§ Top Jobs USA
§ Lee, Hong, Degerman, Kang & Waimey
ii. Internships and Job Openings
Fremont College is proud to be an employment source to many local businesses. Connect with Career Development to find an internship—and graduate with hands on experience in your field of study. As a trusted resource of fantastic candidates, many employers reach out to Fremont to support their hiring needs. This relationship means that often Fremont College graduates are interviewing for a position before a job posting is placed online. Students and graduates looking for employment receive a list of job leads weekly via email. Job leads are also available on campus in our Career Development office.
Employers who are hiring can let Fremont College know about their openings by contacting the Career Development department. We understand that there are challenges when finding the right candidate which is why we would LOVE to connect you with our job seeking alumni. Filling an open position takes time and money and our graduates need additional resources when looking for employment, so what better way to bridge the gap for a win-win situation?
Not hiring at the moment but looking to meet your next superstar employee? We can help you with that as well. Let us know what you are looking for in an intern and we will connect you with qualified candidates.