Faculty & Staff

We have resources available for Bellevue College faculty and staff. Feel free to contact us any time for more information or with any feedback to help guide our future offerings.

Classroom Presentations

Our Career Specialists can come present in your class!

Please COMPLETE THIS FORM to request a class visit a minimum of 3 weeks in advance.

Here are some examples of presentations our team has recently given:

  • “Finding Jobs and Internships”
  • “Interview Strategies”
  • “Self-Advocacy in the Workplace”
  • “Resume Building”
  • “Writing a Cover Letter”
  • “Informational Interviewing”
  • “Building a Professional Network”

Career Center Canvas Modules

students walking through Bellevue College campus

We have created Canvas modules on various career development topics for instructors to use or modify as they choose. 

These modules allow instructors to integrate career development into their courses as they see fit.

Curriculum Development

Our Career Specialists are available to assist you in developing your curriculum, including assignments on career planning and career-related topics.

Here are some examples:

  • Using O*Net to research occupations and labor market information
  • Integrating job-search skills into other coursework (resumes, interviewing, networking)
  • Guiding students through Handshake to find job & internship opportunities posted by employers specifically targeting BC students

Courses for Students

The College has developed an array of career-related classes that are designed to help students select a major or career path and to successfully compete for a job or internship. Here is a list of some of the courses offered:

  • Academic Internship Experience – EXPRL 191, 192, 193, 490, 491 (490/1 are for select majors only)
  • Resume and Interviewing Strategies – EXPRL 220 (late start weekend class)
  • Social Media for Job Search and Personal Branding- EXPRL 240 (late start weekend class)

Network with Employers

Networking with employers

An important function of the Center for Career Connections is to establish professional relationships with local employers.

We seek to:

  • Connect employers with faculty and programs at the college
  • Develop new internship opportunities and identify job openings for students
  • Arrange for employer participation in classes, workshops, job fairs, mock interviews, and hiring events
  • Identify potential members of Program Advisory Committees
  • Increase collaborative projects between the college and employers
  • Identify potential supporters for grant proposals

We would be happy to help arrange for employer participation in your classroom or generally to connect you to our employer contacts.

Please call Fabienne Mouton at (425) 564-2190 for more information.

Last Updated June 18, 2024