Student Tribune

What do YOU want to be? MCC’s Career Coach Can Help

Whether a recent high school graduate or someone looking to land a different job, many people need help choosing a career path.


MCC’s new Career Coach (HYPERLINK ""* can help take some uncertainty out of your decision.


Career Coach is a simple, web-based career exploration tool that helps you make educated decisions about college and beyond by providing up-to-date, easy-to-understand local employment data.


You can learn about current job opportunities, estimated earnings and projected job openings in the Greater Rochester area and find the specific MCC educational programs that will get them started. Anyone—students, parents, counselors, current workers and employers—can access the data using this free career exploration tool accessible anytime and at any place.


Public workshops on using Career Coach are scheduled on the following dates. For more information, call Lomax Campbell at (585) 292-3058:


Brighton Campus

Monday, Feb. 13

noon to 1 p.m.

Flynn Campus Center Forum


Damon City Campus

Tuesday, Feb. 14

noon to 1 p.m.

Community Room 4193


The session repeats at 12:20 p.m. and 12:40 p.m. Several stations will be set up with laptops for students and community members to try the tool. You’re welcome to bring your own laptop. Give Career Coach a try and tell others about it.


*Note: The URL, which was introduced college-wide during the test phase of the tool, is still valid, but we will refer to the newer URL in all future communications.


Todd Oldham, Vice President
Economic Development and Innovative Workforce Services