Student Advocacy Services
Office of Accessibility
About Career Services
Career Services provide career advising to students and potential students, provide tools and information for students to be successful in their job search in the way of resume reviews, interview feedback, and labor market information. Additionally, this office will assist students in the college transfer process as well as connect students to personnel at RCCC that will coordinate co-operative education experiences for qualified students.
We offer individual and group career advising and other career exploration tools to help students make decisions about their education and career path. We explore career paths based on personality, interests, and values. We encourage students to look inward and learn more about themselves in order to venture outward toward their future.
Career Services Resources
College Central Network
College Central Network (CCN) is the online career job bank and employment resource system RCCC uses to connect students, alumni, and local businesses. CCN is accessible 24-hours a day, seven days a week at no charge to the student, alumni or employer. Students can search for jobs; create a résumé and have it reviewed, uploaded and posted to their account; listen to job search podcasts; create and maintain a portfolio; and access career advice information. Employers can post jobs and review posted résumés and portfolios. Students and employers must register with CCN in order to access the system.
Work-Based Learning allows students to gain hands-on work experience with a local employer in their program of study and earn academic credit by participating in the work-based learning program. Work-based learning is available for curriculum students who have completed one semester (12 semester hour credits), have a minimum GPA of 2.25 and are registered for 3 semester hour credits during the semester of co-op experience.
Corporate and Continuing Education
The Division of Corporate and Continuing Education serves the unique needs and interests of our community. Our programs can help you to meet professional goals, develop a new or existing business, discover a new talent or achieve a personal goal.
If you are unclear about your career goals but are willing to invest time and explore options, then meeting with one of our career counselors may help. Please refer to our career counseling staff link to get contact information, and set up an appointment.
Career Exploration Websites
The following websites provide informative and up-to-date career information designed for the student who wants to explore career possibilities on their own.
- College Foundation of North Carolina, CFNC
- O*Net Online
- U.S. Department of Labor
- Gainful Employment Information
Job Search Sites
The following websites are reputable resources for students ready to job search.
There are typically two job fairs for students and alumni in March and September.
- Dates and times to be announced
- Employer List available prior to the job fair
- Questions? Career Advisors are available in Academic & Career Advising Center
Note: Additional information will be made available through your student email, College Central Network (CCN), and advertising across campus close to the job fair date.