Here's a good place for you to explore how your interests match with careers. You'll also find helpful information about employment on this page. 

Alliance for Education 
This is a partnership between education and business in San Bernardino dedicated to economic development and workforce preparation.

Allied Health 
Find out about different health occupations.
Find out what type of courses at Chaffey College transfer to a four-year university.

Ca Career Zone
Assess what kind of careers you may be interested in working. Click on a field and find a list of choices! 

California Careers
Find handouts and presentations on career development. Click on industry sectors and find out what is available! 

California Colleges
Find out what colleges are in the state of California.

Campus Tours
Check out the campus of your choice. Choose among the 50 states.

Chaffey College Virtual Career Center
Chaffey College global career center provide information on careers. Move the compass to select information. 

Desert Regional Consortium
Learn about Career Technical Education programs offered throughout San Bernardino and Riverside counties. 

The website orients students for college while they are freshmen, sophomore, juniors and seniors. What kind of financial aid can you get? Test your knowledge about college by taking the quiz on the website to find out.

O*Net OnLine
Find occupations and search for tools and technology required for each job. 

Project Lead The Way
Project Lead The Way prepares students to be the most innovative and productive leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and to make meaningful, pioneering contributions to our world. 

Roadtrip Nation
Watch students traveling the entire country and around the world interviewing people who love their job.

Statewide Career Pathways
This state web site allows educators/counselors, students and parents to view classes that can lead to careers in a field of choice.

Vocational Information Center
Helpful information is available providing an in-depth list of occupations for a given industry. Map your future!
Who do you want to be? You can listen to people talk about their journey from high school to career and learn about careers that may be new to you.


Personal Employment Job Posting Form

Would you like to let people know about a service you offer such as tutoring, daycare, yard work or something else? Chaffey College provides a "personal employment job posting form" to allow you to advertise your services to the Chaffey community. This form is for private citizen non-business use. If you'd like to post a job on behalf of a business or employer, please visit our "employer services" page through the career center. 


Job Search Websites

Job search engines allow you to search major job posting websites, company job listing pages, news sites, association job boards and other online job resources by keyword and location. 
The following lists some recommended job search engines and recommendations for using them. Be sure to check out our employment fraud information below to avoid falling victim to people who prey on job seekers.

  • Chaffey Connect - An online career services portal where students, alumni, and employers can network. The portal can be access by any current or former Chaffey College students and maintains a list of at least 100 local job postings daily.
  • Indeed – is an easy-to-use search engine for jobs and one of the most efficient sites for surveying job listings. The search function collects information from job boards, news sites and company listings. An advanced search option enables users to search by location, keywords and salary range.
  • Career Builder – One of the most widely used job search sites, can be used to explore job postings, take personality tests, get career advice, and access a wealth of articles and resources to help you advance your career path.
  • Simply Hired – like, SimplyHired is a quick way to survey a massive number of job listings. One advantage of SimplyHired over other search engines is that job listings display a user’s LinkedIn connections to each job.
  • USA Jobs  – The government’s official site for federal jobs and employment information, USAJobs lists thousands of jobs, from the Defense Department to the Department of Transportation. It also has information about eligibility, compensation and benefits for federal workers, including vacation time, commuter subsidies, insurance and child care.
  • EdJoin – A public education job search web site, is a great place to search for local jobs in K-12 schools. Postings include openings for classified (staff), certificated (faculty) and management positions.
  • Monster – One of the oldest online job boards, allows job seekers to post their résumés and search job listings for free. The site includes tons of free content on everything from résumé and cover letter writing to interviewing tips to sample resignation letters.



Avoiding Employment Fraud

When someone posts an employment opportunity to illegally collect personal information or commit other crimes against you, that's employment fraud. Young people are a popular target. Here are warning signs that a job may be fraudulent:

  • The promise of a large salary for very little work, especially jobs that promise thousands of dollars of income per month with little or no experience required
  • Positions that ask/require you to give credit card or bank account numbers, or copies of personal documents
  • Jobs that request payments by wire service or courier
  • Positions in which you are offered a large payment or reward in exchange for allowing the use of your bank account - often for depositing checks or transferring money
  • While there are legitimate opportunities for individuals to work from home, be sure to research the position in advance of applying. Also read Work-at-Home Schemes by the Better Business Bureau.
  • View the FBI's Common Fraud Themes list.
  • Learn about these Fake Job Scam Examples


You can protect yourself or others by:

  • Calling the police if you believe you are the victim of fraud from a job listing
  • Researching each company advertising a job listing
  • Checking the company's website for anything suspicious
  • Google searching the company name followed by words such as "fraud," "scam," "reviews," "complaints," etc.
  • Search for the company name on


For more information about employment fraud visit the Federal Trade Commission’s website.