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Career Planning Services

NGTC offers Career Planning Services for individuals in doubt about the best path to follow for their chosen career or who may need assistance deciding what programs fit their career goals. If you are in need of these services, you can arrange to meet with a Career Planner by contacting careerplanner@northgatech.edu.

Contact Information

Emily Sullens
Student Affairs Specialist
(706) 754-7728
emily.sullens@northgatech.edu

Career Development Services

The ultimate objective of occupational training is to put people to work. It is not enough to teach a person a gainful skill; NGTC also offers assistance to that person in finding suitable employment. Thus, supplementary to the training program at the college, there is a job placement and follow-up program. While every effort is made to make students employable and to aid students in securing employment for which they were trained, the ultimate responsibility for finding a job rests with the student.

Career Services at NGTC include job referrals, job-seeking skills, and follow-up activities that aim at improving the quality of education at the college. Some of the objectives are:

  • To identify student’s needs, interests, and job proficiencies
  • To provide materials for career guidance
  • To assist students in making meaningful employment choices
  • To assist students in selecting additional preparation and/or education
  • To work with school staff in ensuring that students receive Interpersonal Relations and Professional Development training
  • To gain awareness of the job market and locate potential employers
  • To offer workshops and one-on-one sessions to perfect resumes, interviewing skills and proper completion of employment applications
  • …and much much more!

Employment Services

Career Services staff assist students in:

  • Exploring a full range of career and work possibilities that match their career goals
  • Preparing job-search methods and tools to present themselves effectively as candidates for employment
  • Obtaining information on employment opportunities and prospective employers
  • Connecting with employers through campus interviews, job listings, referrals, networking, publications, and information technology
  • Anticipating career management issues relevant to the individual, e.g., dual careers, gender, sexual preference, disabilities, etc.
  • Career services staff develop and maintain relationships with employers that provide career development and employment opportunities for students.

Prospective Employers

If you are a prospective employer seeking highly qualified help, click below to download a job posting information form.  Information from this form will be entered into our job posing template on the Career Services webpage and hard copies will be sent to the appropriate departments.

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