Schoolcraft College Career Services provides excellent resources for students, alumni, and members of the community who need assistance with career direction or are seeking employment. All services are free and available to the public throughout the year.

Services and Resources

Career Exploration and Counseling

While you may have an idea about what you want to do in your career once you leave Schoolcraft, you may need help navigating the path to get there.

Career Coach

Career Coach Screen CaptureCareer Coach is a free online tool you as a student or a community member can use to explore, prepare for and find the right career.

The Career Coach assessment tool identifies your interests and matches those to potential career areas. Using that information and a simple keyword search you can learn about the employment prospects for a variety of careers, wage information and current job postings in the area.

Career Coach is also a very powerful tool for mapping your educational pathway, including degrees and certificates offered at Schoolcraft College, to ensure you achieve your career goals.

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Career Counseling

Analyzing your career options can be daunting. If you don’t want to do it alone, our experienced career counselors are ready to help you navigate a variety of tools for exploring options. Both students and community members can make use of this service.

To speak with a career counselor about your goals and career outlook, please call 734-462-4429 to schedule an appointment.

Career Preparation Resources

Resumes and Cover Letters

The Career Services Office has resources to help with résumés, cover letters, interviewing and other career-related issues.

The Career Services Office presents Resume Essentials workshops throughout the year. These free informational workshops are led by a certified professional resume writer and are designed to provide the most up-to-date information that will help job seekers build a targeted resume. Unfortunately, individual resume appointments are not available. For a complete list of upcoming resume workshops, please contact the Career Services Office at

Interviewing Skills

Even with the most stellar résumé, you still need to wow your potential employer with the perfect interview. For some, that may not come naturally. That’s why we offer the opportunity to meet one-on-one with our career counselors to practice your interviewing skills and receive feedback.

We also offer Perfect Interview software, an interactive tool designed to create a realistic practice interview session. If you receive feedback from your one-on-one session with areas to improve, this tool will help you make the necessary adjustments and come back with a stellar performance.

The Career Services Office also offers informational  job interviewing workshops throughout the Fall & Winter semesters. For a complete list of upcoming workshops, please contact the Career Services Office at

Online Job Board

Schoolcraft College uses College Central Network as its official online job board. Hundreds of new jobs are posted each month in a wide variety of industries and experience levels.

Job listings from local employers for full-time, part-time and temporary positions available for current students, Schoolcraft alumni, and members of the community can be found on our online job board. This database will allow individuals the opportunity to upload their résumé for employer review.

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Employer Resources

Employers are encouraged to engage Career Services staff to share information about job opportunities or to learn more about campus recruiting events.

Here are just a few of the opportunities offered by Schoolcraft College to partner employers:

  • Employers can recruit Schoolcraft students, alumni, and community members on the College Central Network at no cost to the employer.
  • Employers can participate in job fairs and on-campus recruiting events during the Fall & Winter semesters.
  • Employers can forward flyers and promotional information for Career Services to share on social media or targeted emails to faculty and/or students.