Student Advocacy Services
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Career Services is available to help you connect with formally trained students and alumni who are transitioning from the classroom to the workplace or who have recently graduated. Resources available to you include:
- Posting jobs for students and alumni to view,
- Reviewing resumes made available by students and alumni,
- Recruiting for employment on campus from September to early March, and
- Hosting a work-based learning student for a semester or attending the job fair.
Posting a Job and Reviewing Resumes
Rowan-Cabarrus Community College hosts a job board service, College Central Network (CCN). CCN is available 24/7 and there is no charge to use the service. Employers register their company then receive a password to access CCN. You can post jobs for only RCCC students and alumni or you can post to the North Carolina Community College Consortium which allows students from twelve NC community colleges to view your job. Consortium participants: Alamance, Fayetteville Tech, Forsyth Tech, Gaston College, Guilford Tech, Johnston, Rowan-Cabarrus, Sandhills, Vance-Granville, Wake Tech, Western Piedmont, and Wilkes.
Visit the CCN Employer Login page to create your account and begin using this service.
This is an excellent way to connect directly with RCCC students. From September to early March employers can schedule a time to visit the campuses (North in Salisbury or South in Concord) to showcase your company and to generate student interest. On-campus recruiting is a free service available to employers who are hiring. Important note: Employers requiring a financial investment from an applicant are not permitted to recruit on campus. No solicitations are permitted through on-campus recruiting events.
To discuss campus recruiting and to schedule a visit contact Gail Cummins for the Concord campus or Tammara Walker for the Salisbury campus.
Employers work with Dottie Moore, Director of Work-Based Learning, to arrange for a semester internship. These internships are mutually beneficial to employers and students. Employers gain skilled and semi-skilled assistance and students gain hands-on work experience with a local employer related to their program of study.
Two job fairs for RCCC students and alumni are typically scheduled in March and September each year. For more information, please contact a Career Advisor in the Academic & Career Advising Center.