Career Services Office


The Career Services Office serves Morton College students, alumni, community residents and employers of the Morton College district. For more information please contact Gina Torres, ext. 2157.

We encourage students to visit our office to learn more about their career choices and explore different employment opportunities. We also offer events and workshops throughout the year to help students develop the soft skills required to be successful in today’s competitive workforce.

Our services help students:

  • make informed career choices
  • develop career plans
  • navigate the job search process
  • obtain labor market information
  • foster student employer relationships


To schedule a 30-minute appointment simply contact provide your name, student ID, phone number and indicate what services you need.

Questions? Please call us at 708-656-8000 ext. 2250 or email at

Spring/Fall Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Closed weekends

Summer Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Closed Friday and weekends

Appointment Policies

If you are not able to keep you appointment, please cancel 24 hours in advance. We will make every effort to reschedule the appointment within five business days.

If you are more than 15 minutes late for an appointment, you will be asked to reschedule the appointment on another date.

If you fail to attend more than two scheduled appointments without cancelling, you may be denied further services for a period determined by Career Services.

For Students

Career and Major Advice

Choosing a major in college is one of life’s biggest decisions. Let us help you. is an engaging resource that helps students explore, plan and prepare for a career, starting with access to multiple career and interest assessments.

Schedule your appointment to discuss your results.

Check out the link below to help you understand which careers are associated with each major.

Resumé Writing

Make a first great impression with any employer by having a resumé that promotes you as the ideal candidate. The objective in writing a resumé is to make yourself attractive to employers, and securing an opportunity to interview with the organization. To put your best foot forward:

1. Schedule an appointment to help you create a resume or to have a professional review it.
2. Visit our office for tips and samples for writing resumes and cover letters.

Resumé Writing Resources

Employment Opportunities

Off-Campus Employment

Morton College uses College Central Network (CCN) as its official resume and job posting service. Local employers post jobs exclusively to our school via the CCN site. Students and alumni create your account profile at to:

  • Easily search and apply to local and national Full-time, Part-time, Internship/Co-op job opportunities
  • Create and upload your resume and career portfolio to make available to employers
  • Access event announcements, career advice documents, podcasts, videos and articlest

On-Campus Recruiting

Our office hosts employers who visit our campus to offer students employment opportunities. Employer tables typically located in the cafeteria.

View our calendar to view the list of scheduled visits.

Job Fair on April 6, 2022, from 10 am to 2 pm meet with a variety of employers to explore full-time, part-time and internship opportunities. For more information e-mail us at

On-Campus Employment

Please note that the Career Services office does not handle on-campus employment.

Visit the Human Resources website or the HR office in Building B, Room 211 for permanent part-time and full-time employment opportunities at Morton College.

Students interested in applying for an open student aide position may visit the Human Resources website and click the "Classified" button.

Our office hosts employers who visit our campus to offer students employment opportunities. Employer tables are typically located in the cafeteria. 

Events and Workshops

Take advantage of our FREE workshops and events open to all students, community and alumni. Topics range from choosing a major, job search strategies, using social media effectively for networking purposes, resumé writing and more.

Typical events throughout the year may include:

  • Job fair (spring): Meet with employers to discuss employment opportunities
  • Volunteer Fair (fall): Learn about different volunteer opportunities in your community
  • On-campus employer visits. View our calendar for updated schedule
  • Workshops: Resume Writing, Interview Skills, Networking, and much more

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