Mt. San Jacinto College Launches New Online Job Board for Students, Employers


Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) has launched a new online job board to better serve its students and employers in the region at a time when companies are struggling to fill myriad vacant positions. provides MSJC a skills-based platform that enables regional employers to post their positions that students can then view through a well-organized job search.

The new job board — at MailScanner has detected a possible fraud attempt from “” claiming to be — also provides employers and students an easy-to-use interface both via desktop and mobile. Any employer in the area looking to hire MSJC students can begin posting to Jobspeaker today. Students can easily log on by using their single sign-on MSJC credentials.

The college is paying for the service with funding from Strong Workforce, a state initiative aimed at developing more workforce opportunity and lifting low-wage workers into living-wage jobs through Career Education.

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