About Bellevue College’s Center for Career Connections

The Center for Career Connections (CCC) and the Women’s Center provides career development services for all students, alumni, and community members including: 

  • Career Exploration and Student Resources
  • Meet with a Career Specialist to explore your interests, skills, and best-fit careers
  • Explore college majors and careers that match your values and interests
  • Take an assessment to discover your interests and strengths

  • Learn tips to demonstrate your unique stories and experiences
  • We help you write effective personal statements and essays for college transfer and scholarships

  • Job and Internship Search Resources
  • We help you search and apply for jobs and internships
  • We will help you find networking tools and choose methods that work best for your needs and personality
  • Use Handshake to look for internships, jobs and career events

  • Work-Study is a federal financial aid program that allows you to work in a part-time job up to 19 hours a week while you attend BC
  • We connect you to internship opportunities to gain real-world experience and provide advising for you to earn college credit for your internship
  • Learn more about Work-Study and the Academic Internship Program

  • Disabled Students Navigating STEM (DSNS) is a cohort program that supports the success of students who identify as disabled in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields
  • This program will help you connect with disabled industry mentors and acquire skills needed to excel as a disabled STEM student and professional
  • DSNS merges with the STEM to Stern cohort (below) for the second year.

A cohort for neurodivergent BC students pursuing any career or program of study. The cohort focus is academic and career preparation which students achieve through identity exploration, and finding strengths in Executive Functioning, Self-Advocacy, Self-Regulation and Social Interaction. Students meet with peer mentors one-on-one in their first year, and in groups in their second year and beyond. Students stay in the cohort for any length of time, depending on their need and desire. Learn more and apply. 

  • STEM to Stern is a two-year cohort program that supports the success of students in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields
  • This program will help you connect with mentors and acquire skills needed to excel as a STEM student and professional

Book your appointment today:

Online Appointment On-Campus Appointment

Handshake is a free job-site platform for you to access jobs, internships, & career events based on your interests & skills.

Handshake is the number one way college students find jobs and internship

Regular Business Hours

Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Center of Career Connections Address Location:

Bellevue College, U304 (3rd floor of the “U” Building on the Main Campus)
3000 Landerholm Circle SE
Bellevue, WA 98007-6484

The Center for Career Connections is open to everyone. You do not have to be registered for classes to use our services.

Video produced by Bellevue College Lead Peer Educator team (Lead Peer Educators @ Bellevue College)
“Peer Educators serve as a mentor to support and encourage new first-year students in their adjustment to college lifestyle and the expectations of college in general. Through our program and networks, we focus on student advocacy, community engagement, and peer-to-peer mentorship.”