The post-grad services at my school is rewarding you can pursue your degree to a higher education if you want to go to other college to advance your studies. The career center is helpful the people that work in the career center help with resumes and interview skills. People that graduated from a different college come to Gwinnett Technical College to form groups with alumni from the same organization. The job opportunity are good for students that have graduated from the college are still in their major and have experience.
I swapped between several schools during my time at High School, and from what I've personally seen, there is not nearly enough help out there usually. You often need to hear things "through the grapevine", or ask someone that graduated the year before you or so, since otherwise the little information you get is outdated or wrong. However, this has been this case not only for me but for many people I know as well, so what can I say?
You are pretty much on your own. It's up to you to visit the career center and job fairs that are offered.
These ladies are underutilized. They offer practice interviews, not only for jobs, but for the competative programs as well. They will research jobs, review resumes, give interviewing tips and techniques, anything to help students be successful in finding a job. They have a computer lab in their area and they will act as a personal recruiter if needed. I used them for my practice program interview - before, immediately after, and when I found out I got into the program, they celebrated with me. But they also help overcome obstacles if you aren't successful. They are very underutilized!!
I have not been at the career service as of yet
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