Career Services - Students/Alumni

Career Appointment 

Appointment Types

  • Career Exploration 
  • Resume/Cover Letter Review 
  • Interview Preparation
  • Job/Internship Search

Appointment Instructions (Current SAC Students)

  1. Log in to your ACES Account
  2. Click on the “Start Here” tab
  3. Select the “Alamo NAVIGATE” icon
  4. Click “Login”
  5. Select the “Appointments” tab on the left-hand side
  6. Select “Schedule an Appointment”
  7. Select the Experiential Learning
  8. Select the Location and hit Next
  9. Select the Day and Time that works for you and hit Next
  10. Review the selection and confirm your appointment

*Alumni may set up a resume review or interview preparation appointment by emailing*
*Prospective students may set up a career exploration appointment by emailing*


Grow with Google Career Readiness Program

SAC students can now access free career readiness lessons (fully online) and earn certificates from google. Click the link below to register and select San Antonio College as your institution.

Grow With Google Login

Grow With Google Instructions


Students - Career Services

  • Federal Work-Study

    The College Work-Study Program is a financial aid need-based program that provides a student funds earned through employment on-campus

    To be eligible, students must meet the following requirements: 


    * Students only need to complete one application and various departments on campus can view your application.  If departments are interested in hiring you, you may be called for an interview*

    Work-Study Application

    When onboarded, supervisors/hiring managers should assist the student in completing a Work-Study Agreement Form


    AlamoPromise Intern

    AlamoPROMISE students, apply for a part-time internship ending on October 31st. Apply by September 20th. Funded by USAA.

    (Does Not Require Financial Aid) (Must Be An AlamoPromise Scholar)


    Part-Time Jobs

    Students may apply for non-student staff part-time/full-time open positions on the Alamo College Human Resources website. (Does Not Require Financial Aid)

    On-Campus Jobs Link


  • Off-Campus Jobs/Internships

    Students can view open full-time, part-time, and internship positions on Handshake.

    Handshake Student Login 

    Handshake Student Guide


    Alamo On The Job

    Alamo On The Job Application Link


    Community Work-Study

    Community Work-Study: Students may apply for this off-campus work-study position with a governmental or non-profit agency. (Requires Financial Aid) Email Katherine at for questions. 

    Community Work-Study Website


    Parker Dewey (Short-Term Paid Projects)

    External micro-Internships are short-term, paid, professional assignments off-campus that are similar to those given to new hires or interns. These projects enable students to demonstrate skills, explore career paths, and build their networks as they seek the right full-time role.

    Unlike traditional internships, Micro-Internships can take place year-round, typically range from 5 to 40 hours of work, and are due between one week and one month after kick-off. Micro-Internships are used by companies ranging from those in the Fortune 100 to emerging start-ups, and go across departments including sales, marketing, technology, HR, and finance. 

    External Micro-Internship Homepage 

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    Private Work-Study

    Private Work-Study: Students may apply for this off-campus work-study position with a partnering business. (Requires Financial Aid) Email Martha at for questions.

    Private Work-Study Website

    Public Fellows

    This Employment Program allows eligible students to work part-time at a Veteran-Owned business. (Does Not Require Financial Aid) Email Valerie at for questions.

    Public Fellows Website



Career Exploration Resources

  • Career One Stop - U.S. Department of Labor website for career exploration, training & jobs. 

    Career Coach - A user-friendly web-based tool, that provides real, local data about hiring trends, salary ranges, and the Alamo College programs. (Career Coach)

    Career Finder -  Explore the 6 Alamo Institutes, plan your career path and find additional information on Admissions. (Career Finder)

    The O*NET OnLine program -  The database contains information on hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors! (O*NET OnLine)

    SAC U.S. Census Data -  View the count of SAC graduates by industry information from the U.S. Census. (US Census Data)

    FOCUS - A self-paced, online career and education planning tool. Access the Focus 2 page to register. (Access Code: sacproud)




  • EveryNurse.Org

  • National Security Agency Student Site

    CodePath Free Programming


Specialized Resources