The Golden Eagle WIN (Workforce Internship Networking) Center connects and supports the career pathways of all students and alumni by providing job listings, career workshops and events, major assessment, employer networking opportunities, scholarships, internships and that result in the establishment or advancement of personalized career goals.
The WIN Center is to support the college mission of preparing students for careers and success. We offer a variety of in-person and on-line services to participants in the areas of career assessment, career development, and pre-employment workshops, scholarship workshops, and Placement Testing services to prepare for greater opportunities.
Connecting students to information, jobs, and the community!
An internship is one of the best ways to gain experience while you're still in school, as well as network with peers and potential employers. Submit our student internship request form to get connected with local employers and build your skills.
Do you have an internship or job opportunity at your organization?
For internship opportunities, contact Corinna Pereira at (559) 934-2168 for more information and to submit internship opportunities.
To submit a job opportunity, please use the form below to get connected with our local students.
Be sure to check back regularly as new job opportunities are regularly being added.
The WIN Center provides connecting points and engagement and job seekers
- Post job postings, Internships: scholarships
- Conduct on Campus Interviews
- Request a recruitment information table or session
The WIN Center provides resources to help you engage in self-discovery, explore majors and careers and develop your professional skills.
- Find a major that fits
- Review job postings: internships and scholarships
- Find basic requirements and advanced tips to write resumes, cover/thank letters and Interviews
- Complete a career assessment
- post your resume for employers
- Mock Interviews
- Government Typing Test Certificate
- Career Videos Resource
- Career Pathways
West Hills College Lemoore, Room 275
Monday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.