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Workplace Readiness

Core to the work of the EACC is teaching students the foundations of workplace readiness, including learning employability skills (soft skills), resume building, and interview skills through classroom instruction and workshops, as well as through three annual events: 

Employability Skills Panels (Fall)

Employability Skills are the skills necessary for an individual to thrive in a workplace setting. Each fall, the EACC hosts business representatives to speak directly to students within their fields about what employability skills are most important in their industry.

Mock Interviews (Early Spring)

During the second semester, students begin working on their resumes, portfolios, and interview skills. In early spring, business representatives will serve as mock interviewers, providing our students with practice for navigating job interviews.

Career Fair (Late Spring)

Held in late spring, the career fair assists students with finding meaningful summer employment in their fields, and can be a launching pad for many EACC students to officially begin their post-graduation career.

Interested in attending any of these events? Please contact Brenda Metcalfe, Career Coordinator at