Job Openings

If you want to find a job, but you haven't drafted any cover letters, resumes, or reference sheets yet:

  1. Allow ample time to prepare for your job search.
  2. Make an appointment with the GCC Career Readiness Coordinator, as soon as possible.
  3. Utilize Get-A-Job Docs web pages - to draft or upgrade your application materials.
  4. Strengthen your Get-A-Job Strategies by reading and practicing various strategies.
  5. Use 2-4 job search engines featured in this web page.

Employers, please refer to our Employer Resources webpage for more information.

Job Search Engines

Select 2-4 job search engines from the following list, when actively seeking employment:


Handshake is the #1 way college students get jobs!

All for-credit GCC students are encouraged to use their free Handshake account. Login with your GCC username and password.


Regional & State Job Search Engines


Popular Nation-wide Job Search Engines


Industry-specific Job Search Engines for..

Science Positions

Manufacturing Positions

  • Abbe (manufacturing jobs)

Health & Social Services Positions

Education Positions

Non-Profits Positions +

  • Idealist (non-profit jobs)
  • Philanthrosee (entry-level & early career jobs – philanthropic sector)

Criminal Justice Positions


Government Job Search Engines


Employee Reviews of Businesses & Organizations

MassHire Franklin Hampshire Career Center (Free!)

MassHire Career Centers are free quasi-public agencies, which help individuals achieve their employment goals – and more!

Visit your regional MassHire Career Center online to learn more, become a member, register for webinars, and contact them for an appointment.

MassHire Franklin Hampshire Career Center 

Job Quest (job search engine)

Taxi Service for Late Shift Jobs in Franklin County

Many Franklin County manufacturers and health care employers are hiring right now on 2nd & 3rd shift for well-paying jobs with benefits and overtime opportunities.

If you live in Franklin County and work a late shift job or want to work those shifts but lack transportation, there is a solution. The Franklin Regional Transit Authority (FRTA) has started a grant-funded Uber-like taxi service to help you get to work!  Rides are free and door-to-door for the first month.

Contact FRTA Assistant Administrator, Michael Perreault, at: (413) 774-2262 Ext. 105 or