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Job Placement Case Manager

The Job Placement Case Manager supports students in securing jobs with sustainable wages linked to their fields of study. Angela offers support and job-readiness training to Cuyamaca College students and alumni through individual career coaching, workshops on campus, classroom presentations, and employment events. She offers support in the job and career search, networking skills, resume and cover letter reviews, interviewing techniques, and developing 21st Century Skills.

The Job Placement Case Manager helps businesses stay competitive by hiring the most prepared and engaged employees. This affects key business outcomes such as high productivity, profitability, and customer satisfaction. With engaged employees, employers see lower turnover rates, less safety incidents, and lower absenteeism in the workplace.

Angela Tilley-Ruiz is Gallup CliftonStrengths and 21st Century World of Work Certified.

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Gallup CliftonStrengths certified

CliftonStrengths provides a shared language for discussing career pursuits and leadership. Students use their results to maximize their potential at work, build confidence in their skills, and grow their natural talents. More than 600 schools use CliftonStrengths to transform the way their students experience college and help them thrive on campus and beyond. For students, living a great life starts when they discover and develop what they naturally do best. Over 20 million people have completed the CliftonStrengths assessment.

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21st Century World of Work Certified21st century skills are considered by industry leaders, HR professionals, and educators to be the knowledge, work habits, and character traits necessary for workers to succeed in today’s rapidly changing work environment. While 21st century skills are often discussed in terms of a wide-ranging body of knowledge and skills, researchers agree on four critical areas for development:

  • Collaboration and teamwork
  • Creativity and imagination
  • Critical thinking
  • Problem solving

21st Century Skills identify the following ten critical 21st century skills that employers seek in new hires and plan to develop in existing workers.

Last Updated: 05/21/2020


Angela Tilley-Ruiz, M.A
Job Placement Case Manager
Phone: (619) 660-4443

  • Grossmont
  • Cuyamaca
A Member of the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District