Pathways to Hanford (P2H) is designed to support students exploring career choices at Hanford while also gaining insights of company values, types of careers, internship programs, desired skills and the hiring process. Through the program, students will have the opportunity to develop a professional network with Hanford contractors by attending networking events, workshops and drop-in hours.
Hanford On-Site events are regularly scheduled two-hour events that occur twice per quarter to serve as appointments and/or drop-in time slots. Hanford contractors will be present to answer your questions about their internship programs and their application and hiring process.
Applying to Hanford workshops will be led by CBC Career Services in the Fall and Spring quarters to support your resume building and answer your interviewing questions.
Hanford Careers on Demand Sheet
In partnership with our contractors, CBC Career Services will gather a listing of on-demand careers with promising outlooks for the near future.
Based on feedback provided by our partners at Hanford contractor companies, resume guides will be provided to you to support your resume writing techniques which will include customized formatting and tips.
Microsoft Suite Training & Certifications
If you are looking to build up your resume or officially have your Microsoft skills assessed, training and testing on Microsoft Suite will become available to you. Walk away with Microsoft certification(s) for free!
- Submit an online application to the P2H program with Career Services by clicking on the link below.
- Attend a minimum of one event per quarter. (workshop, drop-in hours, etc.)
- Visit the Handshake website to complete your profile.
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- Earn the Microsoft Word and Excel Certifications.
In alignment with CBC Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) and Career Services’ Career Readiness Core Competencies, students will demonstrate the following skills:
Critical Thinking & Problem Solving
Analyze issues, synthesize information, make decisions and solve problems in a critically and strategically way to develop original ideas and innovative solutions. (SLO 1, 2)
Articulate thoughts and ideas effectively utilizing oral, written and non-verbal communication skills to deliver information in a digital, written and in-person format. (SLO 3)
Leadership & Collaboration
Building collaborative relationships by leveraging the strengths of others to achieve common goals and use interpersonal skills to coach and develop others. (SLO 3)
Adapt to new emerging technology and leverage existing technical tools ethically and efficiently to accomplish goals. (SLO 4)
Demonstrate personal resilience, accountability, integrity, and ethical behavior while being cognizant of professional branding. (SLO 6)
Identify and articulate transferable skills, strengths, knowledge, and experiences to achieve career goals. The ability to navigate through career choices and self-advocate for advancement in professional settings. (SLO 6)
Global & Intercultural Fluency
Actively respects the cultural values of diverse populations to facilitate openness, inclusiveness and sensitivity for all people and embrace individuals’ differences. (SLO 5)