Searching for a career can be a challenging experience. First, it is important to understand the various career paths available to you so you can prepare
yourself for future employment or ministry. In addition, you must learn how to communicate your educational training, experience, and special talents for
the desired job in such a manner that would distinguish you before a prospective employee. The links given below are designed to help start you in your
CCC students may also contact Career Services for further assistance.
Masters in Education
Nurse Without Borders
O*Net Resource Center
Job Titles, Statistics, and Handbooks
Occupational Outlook Handbook
United States Department of Labor
Bureau of Labor and Statistics
Job Bank USA
CNA Classes Online Help
Standardized Test Preparation for Undergraduate and Graduate Studies
Test Prep Practice
Graduate School Resources
GRE Graduate Record Exam
GMAT Graduate Management Admission Test
LSAT Law School Admission Test
TOEFL Test of English as a Foreign Language
MCAT Medical College Admissions Test
OAT Optometry Admissions Test
PCAT Pharmacy College Admissions Test
Multiple tests in One Location
**Writers/Publishers of test
God led me to CCC. My parents had always placed an importance on getting a Christian education, and they sacrificed everything to make it happen. After
visiting the campus in my senior year of high school, I knew CCC was where I needed to be. The faculty, the students, the location—all so wonderful.
The faculty and staff have made a positive influence upon my career. The principles that they talked about were the same that they lived by. That’s a challenge
to me to do the same. Living and working in Washington D.C., Honesty, Integrity, and Generosity are principles not often displayed.
The education I received at CCC has prepared me for my career as Special Assistant to the Secretary of Energy by strengthening the biblical world
view that my parents had already taught me. Your world view has a direct impact on so many aspects of your life. One focus that I took away from CCC
was to make an impact where ever God led you. As a Pastor, in the business world, or in my case, in Government Service.