Career Development

We want to see you succeed!

Whether you are established in your career field of choice, still searching for that right fit, or working on moving up, ACC has services to help you succeed.

Asnuntuck supports students in choosing majors, exploring career options and paths, creating résumés, networking, and many other career development processes.

FOCUS 2 is a free online tool that helps you explore major and career options that best fit you! To register as a new user, please enter the access code: asnuntuck. For more information about FOCUS 2 and a student checklist, please view this FOCUS 2 Student Guide.

What Can I Do With This Major? includes information on hundreds of academic majors, associated career areas, examples of employers, and strategies to make you a more marketable candidate.

Maintained by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, “the Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) is a career resource offering information on the hundreds of occupations that provide the majority of jobs in the United States. Each occupational profile describes the typical duties performed by the occupation, the work environment of that occupation, the typical education and training needed to enter the occupation, the median pay for workers in the occupation, and the job outlook for the next 10 years for that occupation. Each profile is in a standard format that makes it easy to compare occupations.”

Career Competencies

Make the most of your time at Asnuntuck! In addition to academic coursework, it is important to learn and understand what employers will expect of graduates. To help guide the student experience, a national task force comprised of corporate and higher education professionals developed a definition and identified competencies associated with career readiness for the new college graduate.

The competencies are:

  • Critical Thinking/Problem Solving
  • Oral/Written Communications
  • Teamwork/Collaboration
  • Digital Technology
  • Leadership
  • Professionalism/Work Ethic
  • Career Management
  • Global/Intercultural Fluency
Job Search Tools

Browse job and internship postings!


  1. Visit
  2. Click ‘Sign Up.’
  3. Choose Student from the User Type drop-down menu, and enter your school email address. If you do not know your student email, please visit will only need to enter your student email once, not every time you log in.
  4. Enter your User ID, which is your Banner ID/School ID (ex. @01234567).
  5. Create your password.


If you registered when you were an Asnuntuck student, sign in to begin using our services. Your User ID was and still is your Banner ID/Student ID (ex. @01234567).

If you’ve forgotten your User ID and/or Password, click “Need help signing in?” at

If you did not register when you were a student, and would like to search for jobs, click “Sign Up” and create a User ID and Password. Once registered, you may also receive emails about programs, services, and job-related topics.

Community Residents

If you are a community resident who would like to search for jobs, you must first register. Visit, click “Sign Up” and create a User ID and Password. Once registered, you may also receive emails about programs, services, and job-related topics.

CT Career Paths

CT Career Paths: A guide to career strategies, job advice, education, training, wages, job descriptions and local, statewide and online resources

Published by the Connecticut Career Resource Network, Department of Labor