No longer relevant. Internet access in career centers is essentially universal.
Whereas the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges is to conduct a Statewide survey on Internet access for career centers, and
Whereas students enrolled in vocational education and non-vocational classes and programs need the latest information trends and developments in industries easily accessible to them through the Internet, and
Whereas Internet provides many sources of career information, job announcements, and profiles of industry that all students in colleges should have free access to,
Resolved that the Academic Senate direct the Executive Committee to conduct a survey of career centers to determine Internet access, and
Resolved that the Academic Senate urge local senates to support career center technology services so that all students can have access in the career center to career information and job banks available on the Internet.