How to Enroll

Community Engagement

Call the Work Experience Department at (707) 527-4329 to make an appointment with the Community Engagement Coordinator to determine your eligibility.  The course will be explained to you at the appointment, and you will have an opportunity to have your questions answered.  If you have a resume, please bring it with you to this appointment. 

If you have already secured a volunteer position, the appropriate section number and an code will be given to you at the appointment.  The coordinator may be able to help you if you need assistance securing a position.  

Once you have the appropriate section number and an add code, register through your student portal.  Choose the appropriate course using the A through Z tree view.

 

 Internships

Call the Work Experience Department at (707) 527-4329 to make an appointment with the internship coordinator to determine your eligibility.  The course will be explained to you at the appointment, and you will have an opportunity to have your questions answered.  If you have a resume, please bring it with you to this appointment. 

If you have already secured an internship, the appropriate section number and an add code will be given to you at the appointment.  The internship coordinator may be able to help you if you need assistance securing an internship.  

Once you have the appropriate section number and an add code, register through your student portal.  Choose the appropriate course using the A through Z tree view.  During the registration process, look for the online link to the Employment Information Form, which is required to complete your registration after finalizing your schedule.  If you miss this form, follow this link: Employment Information Form

 

Work Experience

  • Choose the course that is best suited to your situation:

    • General Work Experience WRKEX97 is a course for students whose jobs are not related to their educational goals.  Example: You are a communications major, but you work at Juice Shack.  You may enroll in 1 to 6 units, depending upon how many hours you work.  The course requirements are the same no matter how many units you take.  (Summer semester is limited to 5 units.)

    • Occupational Work Experience (courses ending in 99, such as WEOC99) are for students whose job is related to their college major.  Example: You are a communications major, and you work at a radio station or newspaper.  You may enroll in 1 to 8 units, depending upon how many hours you work.  (Summer semester is limited to 5 units.)

    • NOTE: Students cannot exceed 16 units of combined General, Occupational, and/or Internship Work Experience courses while attending SRJC.

  • To choose the correct section number, click on this link to determine how many units in which to enroll: How Many Units Do I Qualify For?

  • Register through your student portal.  Choose the appropriate course using the A through Z tree view.  During the registration process, look for the online link to the Employment Information Form, which is required to complete your registration after finalizing your schedule.  If you miss this form, follow this link: Employment Information Form.