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Campus Career and Internship Services

In addition to WAIII, American River College also has general career and internship services, which are available to all students. Internships & Career Services are a valuable resource for students who are looking for jobs or internships while taking courses at American River College, or for students who need assistance with choosing a major, career exploration, and job preparation.

Students are able to:

  • search for employment opportunities
  • meet employers
  • attend recruitment events
  • get help with writing their resume
  • develop interview skills

Visit your College Career Website

American River College

ARC Career and Pathways

Cosumnes River College

CRC Career Center

Folsom Lake College

FLC Career and Transfer Center

Sacramento City College

SCC Internship and Career Services


You can also check out Handshake, a free career platform connecting Los Rios students and alumni with jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities.

Sign Up with Handshake

Workforce Recruitment Program

The Workforce Recruitment Program for College Students with Disabilities (WRP), coordinated by the U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S. Department of Defense, is a recruitment and referral program that connects federal and select private-sector employers with highly motivated college students and recent graduates with disabilities who are eager to demonstrate their abilities in the workplace through summer or permanent jobs.

More Information About WRP

WRP Coordinator

Every year, WAIII staff serve as a campus coordinator for the WRP. Generally, students are invited to apply to the WRP between August-October. For more information or to get on the distribution list for the next WRP application period, contact:

Olivia Lopez
Phone: (916) 312-2249

Sacramento Employment and Training Agency (SETA)

SETA helps to connect people to jobs, providing universal access for all job seekers. The SETA Disability Employment Accelerator (DEA) grant provides many different services to job seekers with disabilities, including:

  • vocational training
  • employer engagement
  • work-based learning opportunities

SETA works closely with job seekers, engaging key partners for integrated and coordinated service delivery, as well as creating linkages to businesses in high-demand industry sectors and quality jobs.

As a contracted Employment Network under the Social Security Administration’s Ticket to Work program, SETA also provides beneficiaries of Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) access to benefits planning and information about work incentives.

More information on SETA’s services for individuals with disabilities

Savina Beltran
Disability Resource Coordinator (DRC)
Office: (916) 263-0602
Cell: (916) 661-2101