Step into your new career

MVC's Employment Placement program connects students with employers, assists with resumes and interviewing and holds various workshops throughout the semester for students to get them workforce ready. 

Career Exploration Resources  Job Search Resources

Start your search

Whether you're looking for a job or looking to brush up your skills, we have services available.
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Jobspeaker matches a student's classes, skills, and college major with current job opportunities and career-related activities happening on- and off-campus. Students and employers are welcome to leverage this powerful tool!

Complete your student profile to begin searching for jobs or internships and discover the career opportunities that are best suited for you.

  • Register for events, such as workshops and employer presentations
  • Perform job searches to find local employers
  • Post your resume to be discovered by companies as they search for potential employees

Your student Jobspeaker account is connected to your student email. Simply sign in with your student email and password.

Community businesses are invited to post job openings in Jobspeaker, the College's FREE online job board for students and graduates. Start posting job, internship opportunities and hiring events immediately after creating a free account.

  • Easy to share opportunities and navigate
  • Post jobs, internships, or apprenticeships
  • Target recruiting and screen candidates/resumes
  • College staff offers support with job postings

Get started:

  1. Visit and click the sign in button
  2. Under "Need an Account?," select employer
  3. Complete your profile setup and start posting

Launch Jobspeaker

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Linkedin Learning is provided at no cost to MVC students through our single sign-on platform. 

  • Access 16,000+ expert-led courses on a variety of subjects, including web design, business skills, public speaking, Excel courses, leadership training, marketing strategies, interview tips, and more!
  • Earn a certificate when you complete a course
  • Receive course recommendations tailored to you
  • Use project files and quizzes to practice while you learn
  • View courses anytime on your computer or phone

Students and employees can access Linkedin Learning. To get started, log into the single sign-on portal with your RCCD email and password and choose Linkedin Learning from the list of applications.

Launch Linkedin Learning



Talk to The Pages: Book Club and Journaling

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Coudures Plaza

Art Prom and Auction

12:00 PM - 02:00 PM
Humanities 107

Help Completing Your FAFSA and CA Dream Act

12:50 PM - 01:50 PM
Welcome Center 103

Contact Us

We are here to help! Nikki Cook is your employment placement coordinator. If you have questions regarding employment placement workshops, services or want to see how you can develop your skills, reach out.

Email Nikki
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    Nikki Cook
    Employment Placement Coordinator
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    (951) 571-6907

Career Exploration

Knowing the careers and fields you're interested in can help ensure you make the most of your time in college, stay on track with the classes you choose, and are able to plan the best path to reach your goals.
Salary Surfer logo
Salary Surfer helps students and their families make important decisions about investing time and money in a college education.
Inland Empire/Desert Regional Consortium logo
Serves as a regional framework to communicate, coordinate, collaborate, promote and plan CTE and workforce and economic development.
MyPath from the California Community Colleges logo
You can learn about certificate and degree programs at community colleges near you, along with jobs, salary information, and more for your chosen field.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Find careers that relate to your interests and learn fun facts about the economy and jobs.
California Career Center
The California Career Center is your career planning website with tools to help you map your future, whether looking ahead to college, apprenticeship, the military or other options.

Start Your Job Search

Find a job through one of the numerous agencies below. From public sector and government positions to one-stop career opportunity databases, you're sure to find a place for you to gain experience and develop professionally.
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City of Moreno Valley
The City of Moreno Valley operates a one-stop job resource center through the Economic Development Department. Plus, numerous incentive programs exist, including Hire MoVal.
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Work in the public sector! Review job postings and vacancies that the City of Moreno Valley is currently accepting applications for.

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The Riverside Community College District employs thousands of people across the Inland Empire. If you're interested at working at RCCD, Moreno Valley College, Riverside City College or Norco College, search and apply for positions today.

County of Riverside HR department logo

Review job postings for any vacancies that the County of Riverside is currently accepting applications for.

CalJobs logo

CalJobs offers job seeker services, services for individuals, including: career services, labor market information, veterans services, and disability services. logo

With EdJoin, you can search California K-12 school district and education jobs for teaching and support staff positions.

USA Jobs logo

USA Jobs is the federal government’s official one-stop source for federal jobs and employment information. logo

Indeed helps you find tools for job searches, building resumes, reviewing company culture and more.


AmeriCorps is a US federal government agency that engages more than five million Americans in service through national service initiatives.

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CareerOneStop is the flagship career, training, and job search website for the US Department of Labor. Job seekers and students can access a variety of free online tools, information and resources.


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