Community resources

Career services are available to anyone in the community, regardless of whether or not you attended GTCC. In addition, GTCC provides a number of programs for career  training and education that could help improve employment opportunities. 

Human Resources Development courses provide employability skills training and assistance for adults who are trying to find employment, transitioning back into the workforce, or working to redefine their professional niche in today's global market.

Job openings and resume builder

College Central Network (CCN) is GTCC’s FREE, online job board.  The job board is available to members of the community as well as students and alumni. Access information and receive job alerts targeted toward your interests.

  1. Access the College Central Network website
  2. Click on Create Account
  3. Create a User ID
  4. Create a password and re-enter your password
  5. Complete registration information and save
  6. Contact the Career Services Center @ 336-334-4822 Ext. 50169 if you have questions

College Central Network Help

  1. Access the College Central Network website
  2. Log in or create a new account (See "First-Time Users)
  3. In the dashboard, click on Events & Programs
  4. Register for an event (Jobseekers generally DO NOT need to pre-register but are ENCOURAGED TO DO SO)

 

Recruiting events

Career Services offers several ways to connect you with talented GTCC students and graduates. If you would like to stay current on upcoming events, please create an account with the College Central Network.

GTCC’s Event Calendar will list career fairs and on-campus recruiting as well as College Central's Events and Programs.

Find a career

All of the services that are available to our students are also available to members of the community. Check out our job postings, skills trainings, career fairs, and much more! Sign up for an account at College Central Network for details.

Complete the SuperStrong interest assessment (Access code: GTCC-WELCOME17) to see how your interests intersect with specific major and career options, and have access to explore information about those majors and careers.

What do you want to study? GTCC Career Channels provide avenues for future and current students to find their passion.

The O*NET Interest Profiler can help you find out what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work.

Reality Check from the North Carolina Department of Commerce is an online tool designed to estimate the income necessary to support your desired lifestyle. State where you’d like to live in North Carolina and how you spend your money. From there, you’ll be directed to jobs that meet your financial needs.

Continuing Education and training

GTCC Workforce Training courses offer you short-term training that give you a credential to help land you that perfect job.

GTCC's POWER (Providing Opportunities for Workforce training and Education Review) program serves students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. POWER classes are focused on improving basic reading, math, computer and writing skills, as well as employability skills and career preparation.

Do you want to earn a GED (General Equivalency Diploma) or adult high school diploma? Get more information about GTCC's programs.