Welcome to the Moorpark College Career Transfer Center.
Throughout the year, the Career Transfer Center hosts several events.
- Career Week - Industry Panels, Career Development Workshops, Career & Internship Expo (March 2019) Stay tuned for future date!
- Career & Internship Expo - Occurs during the Spring semester (March 14, 2018) Stay tuned for future date!
- Workshops for Careers
- Workshops for University Applications
- Workshops for Transferring to CSU & UC schools
- Common Application login assistance
- University/College Fairs
- University Representative Appointments & Workshops
- University Tours
- Transfer Day (August 29, 2019-Raider Walk)
- Transfer Social-May 2, 2019 from 11:00am-2:00pm QUAD
At the end of Spring Semester our annual Transfer Social takes place! This event takes place typically in May for all students to celebrate students who are transferring to universities. The Social takes place on Raider Walk & the Quad and is a great opportunity to meet with university representatives and network with other students who are transferring as well. This year the event is scheduled for May 2, 2019 at the QUAD!
* Transfer Day
The Career Transfer Center hosts a campus Transfer Day during the Fall Semester out on Raider Walk. This event provides students the opportunity to meet University & College Representatives, inquire about educational opportunities available at their respective campuses, and learn about college programs and services available at participating college campuses. Check back for announcements about this event.
* Major Awareness
There are numerous majors and programs to choose from. Throughout the Fall Semester Moorpark College has workshops and various speakers to guide you through the process of choosing a major. Disciplines and special programs available on campus are highlighted at booths for you to explore. Keep your eyes open for Major Awareness!
* Career Week (Spring 2019)
Career Week is a week-long event intended to bring Moorpark College students and employers together for informative discussions regarding career paths, as well as introducing regional high school students to the academic and career options available. Students will discover and explore career paths, while connecting with industry professionals and recruiters.
Upcoming Events for Community College Students
University of California Santa Barbara
UCSB web-based opportunities with students. There are two ways students can connect with UCSB: virtual transfer appointments or webinars.
#1: Virtual Transfer Appointments
Prospective transfer students can register for individual 20-minute appointments with a Transfer Admissions Counselor to get their questions answered about applying, course transferability, TAG, TAP and more. Appointments are available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from mid-June through mid-August. Students can check the Webinars & Online Events page to register.
#2: Transfer Webinars
UCSB offers a variety of webinars for prospective transfer students and/or counselors in June, July and August. Students can check the Webinars & Online Events page for times and to register.
- UC TAP and UCSB TAG Webinar
- Major-Specific Webinars: Biological Sciences, Economics and College of Engineering
- UC Application Webinar
University of California, Berkeley
The geography department at UC Berkeley would like to invite students to join them on campus this summer for summer sessions 2019! We are offering a wide array of courses this summer, many that are lower division and would be a great introduction for students to human geography or earth systems science. Most of these courses are great for students of any background or interest, and there are few that require pre-requisites.
If you have any questions about summer courses at Berkeley, you can find information to many common questions through these links:
- Applying to summer courses at UC Berkeley
- Financial aid for summer sessions
- Housing options for summer sessions
I also wanted to mention the program for community college students and UC Berkeley called Pathways that will allow eligible US students to transfer financial aid to take Berkeley Summer Sessions courses. Please refer your students to their website for more information: Pathways to Four-Year Universities.
The Black College Expo is approaching!
These events are for ALL students (high school and community college).
HBCUs, UCs, Cal States, and private institutions will be participating in this annual event. Many of our 37 partner HBCUs will be in attendance so be sure to stop at our table for a list of those partner HBCUs!
Please see the attached flyers for your area/region and encourage your students to attend. School representatives will have the option to offer admission on the spot, so encourage students to dress for success! In order to be offered admission during the event, students will need to bring several copies of their unofficial or official (preferred) transcripts and school ID (and test scores for high school students).
1.Sacramento - January 26th (Sacramento State University, University Union)
2.San Diego – January 29th (Bayview Baptist Church, MLK Center)
3.Los Angeles – February 2nd (LA Convention Center, South Building – Kentia Hall)
4.Oakland – February 9th (East Side Club of Oakland-Alameda Coliseum)
Grand Canyon University Spring visits!
University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine
Students have the opportunity to take part in sessions like medical student Q&A panels, “How to Apply” graduate admissions sessions and much more. Specific dates include:
March 4, 2019 at 12:15 – 1:15 PM EST: Mid-Atlantic focused medical student Q&A panel
Registration link: www.careereco.com/events/une-com
April 16, 2019 at 12:15 – 1:15 PM EST: National Osteopathic Medicine (NOM) Week event: Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Demonstration
Registration link: www.careereco.com/events/une-com-april
May 2, 2019 at 12:15 – 1:15 PM EST: AACOMAS Application is Open! Come learn how to apply with UNE COM Graduate Admissions
Registration link: www.careereco.com/events/une-com-may
Registration is free for all who are interested in attending the virtual events.
If you have additional questions, please reach out to Annie Connors at email@example.com to learn more.
Transfer Triton Day: signature program for newly admitted transfer students and TRANSFER TRITON PREP for PROSPECTIVE transfer students.
Event: UC Berkeley Cal Day: campus wide Open House Saturday, April 13th!
Transfer Student Admissions to the College of Engineering
Time: 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Location: Sibley Auditorium in the Bechtel Engineering Center
This event is specifically for prospective community college transfers students and for students that have recently applied as transfers to the College of Engineering at UC Berkeley .
Attached is a flyer to publicize the event and a listing of some of the events sponsored by the College of Engineering! The Cal Day web pages will be updated in the next coming weeks with listings of all of the events sponsored all of the Colleges the but for now I wanted to make sure that you have this since its hot off the presses! Hope to see you at Cal Day!
Event: UC Santa Barbara 3-day Transfer Preparation Academy
Students will attend workshops that strengthen leadership skills, experience lectures and workshops, engage in meaningful discussions with current UCSB student leaders, and obtain individualized UC admissions support.
Dates - June 26 - 28, 2019
Designed for California Community College students applying for transfer admissions to the University of California for fall 2020.
Room and board will be provided at no cost to the student.
Students apply now!
Deadline to apply is May 1, 2019
STUDENTS DO NOT HAVE TO BE WANTING TO GO TO UCSB, ONLY HAVE TO BE INTERESTED IN A UC!
Upcoming UCLA events for prospective students & counselors
UCLA Transfer Information Session at Skyline College
Date: Friday, May 3, 2019
Location: Skyline College
RSVP: RSVP Here
UCLA Transfer Counselor Information Session at Skyline College
Date: Friday, May 3, 2019
Location: Skyline College
* Moorpark College Raiders CareerLink
Employers are always welcome to announce their employment opportunities on Raiders CareerLink, our online job site. Employers are encouraged to recruit students for full-time, part-time, internships, and volunteer positions. Please follow these steps to post a position:
1. Visit Raiders CareerLink
2. Click on "Employer"
3. Click on "Sign up and post a job"
4. Create an Employer Account
5. Post opportunities at the same time or return to post opportunities at a later date
6. Once reviewed and approved by the Career Transfer Center, employers will receive email notification
*It can take up to 3 business days for the posting to be approved by our office.
You can contact our office at (805) 378-1536 if you have any questions.