Our Health Careers Resource Center serves as an information clearinghouse, providing the nuts-and-bolts resources you’ll need to choose your health career, from advisement through enrollment — with job placement services after you graduate.
Take our quick, three-question survey to find out! Or take our longer more in-depth questionnaire.
View details about health careers programs offered by the colleges of DCCCD, including job duties and salary information.
Browse online job listings job opportunities in the Dallas metroplex, or post your resumé and let employers find you.
Plan to attend one of our upcoming Health Care Career Fairs. Find out details to prepare for the next event.
If you’re about to begin or redirect your career, why not go for it all? Do you want lots of career options? Would you like high job security and stability? Would you enjoy the chance to make a difference in people’s lives, every day?
Choosing to work in a health occupation can be an easy decision to make. What may not be an easy decision is how to choose your future career. With so many options, the selection process can be confusing and overwhelming.
1. Resources you’ll need to choose your health career 2. Advising and enrollment services 3. Job placement services after you graduate
One-half block from the DART West End rail station
Part of a partnership with JPMorganChase and New Skills at Work, Project OnRamp trained certified nurse aides to advance into higher-paid positions, filling workforce need in Dallas County.