UCC offers programs such as Employer Central, Industry Business Institute, and Workforce Development. These programs are designed to help students as well as county residents find work after obtaining their degrees. They also help improve students' skills and prepare them for a career.
The career services department also assists students in deciding on their future jobs and provides different options and guidance. Most students at UCC usually attend a four-year school after graduation, so employment immediately after graduation is not common. An associate degree is a great start, but it is not much compared to a bachelor's or master's degree from a four-year school.