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TCC now offering professional development videos via CandidCareer.com

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (October 9, 2013) – Tallahassee Community College plans to offer its students career exploration videos through CandidCareer.com. The informational website targets students, job seekers, and current professionals who wish to explore their career options.

Candid Career offers thousands of informative video interviews by real, working professionals. Similar in nature to YouTube, the videos are efficient and educational. Searches can be done by industry, career title, college major or keywords.

Students can discover new career fields, guide their college and career decisions, pursue job openings, and gain honest and valuable insight from the professionals working in a particular field.

“Candid Career is a premier provider for informational video interviews with real professionals,” said TCC Director of the Career Center Catie Goodman. “We are proud to expand our resources and provide additional assistance to our students in developing their careers.”  

Students can view an introductory video from Candid Career here, and can access the free Candid Career videos through the TCC Career Center website at www.tcc.fl.edu/careercenter.

For more information, please call the Career Center at (850) 201- 9970 or email at careercenter@tcc.fl.edu.​

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