9 Surprising Student Resources You Didn’t Know Cambridge Offered
Cambridge doesn’t just simply facilitate classes so you can earn your degree. Instead, we’re dedicated to your success from admission to career. That’s why we offer many resources you can take advantage of to enhance your studies, improve your job interview skills and so much more.
9 Student Resources to Take Advantage of Through Cambridge
1. Residential & Online Tutoring Services
Our students have access to academic assistance and tutoring from anywhere—day or night. Cambridge offers residential and online tutoring services, including:
- Math help
- Tutoring assistance in all subjects
- Writing lab for help with papers or other assignments
- Archived tutoring sessions
- Flashcards to help study for upcoming tests and quizzes
2. Live Chats With a Librarian
Whether you’re struggling with finding sources for a research paper or you need help with citations, our librarians are here to help. We offer both residential and online librarians willing to share their wealth of knowledge and expertise.
3. Library & Learning Resource Center
Our library and Learning Resource Center offer periodic live webinars on topics such as mastering technology, time management, test-taking skills and APA citations. If you can’t make it to one of the live webinars, you’ll have access to recordings the very next day inside our Webinar Series Guide. Plus, you can always come back to them for reference.
4. Career Services
Cambridge’s Career Services department assists students with searching for and obtaining their new careers after graduation. We offer a wide variety of self-service resources inside the Student Portal, including:
- Resume building
- Interviewing techniques
- Job search strategies
Our Career Services Directors are available to help you navigate the online tools and resources. Plus, we offer informative webinars, career fairs and more career-based services. It’s easy to connect with Career Services by using our live chat feature inside the Student Portal or by scheduling a mini appointment via email.
5. Cambridge Connect
Our online employment database, Cambridge Connect, in association with Purple Briefcase, is a free, easy-to-use resource featuring job postings in campus communities and across the nation. It’s even available as an app, so you can search postings on-the-go.
6. Resume Writing
To find a great career, you’ll need a great resume. Our resume writing resource is an entire suite of career-launching tools to help you create a resume that stands out from the rest. We have numerous templates to help you develop your resume and cover letters to maximize your hiring potential.
In addition to resume writing, you’ll also be able to create important portfolio documents that align with some of Cambridge’s capstone courses.
7. Virtual Career Fair
It’s easy to make connections with future employers through our Virtual Career Fair. During the fair, you can network with local, regional and national employers, interact directly with career development professionals and attend mini, career-focused workshops. Plus, it’s free of charge and open to the public.
8. Test Preparation
If you’re attending Cambridge for healthcare-related study, you may need to take a credentialing exam to start your career. Our test prep resources offer strategies and support for students, including sample test questions, tutorials, test banks and readiness tips for test day.
9. Personal Support Center
Online study requires heightened tech support. Whether you have a tech issue in the middle of the night or middle of the afternoon, our Personal Support Center is available to help. We can assist you with everything from software installation and online course access to password resets and troubleshooting.
Learn More About Cambridge by Reaching Out to Us Today
Cambridge College of Healthcare and Technology and Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology are here to support you in career success. To learn more about our educational programs or our resources, give us a call at 877-206-4279 or send us a message.
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