Services for Faculty & Staff
The Career Center understands faculty and staff are vital to students' career success. To assist in this process, the Career Center has created a CareerGuidance_Fac_15.pdf
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Have a student in need of services? Complete and submit a Faculty-Staff Referral Form to the Career Center.
- Assessments: The Career Center has several assessments for students, including SIGI3, MyCareerShines and MyNextMove. These tools are a great way to get students thinking about their future.
The Career Center seeks to serve all students. If ADA accommodations are needed, please contact the Disability Support Services office located in the Student Union (SU172), or call (850) 201-8430 (V), (850) 201-8429 (TDD).
Professional Development Workshops for Students
Workshops are available by Faculty/Staff request only.
- PLEASE SUBMIT 1 REQUEST FOR EVERY CLASS YOU ARE REQUESTING A WORKSHOP FOR
- Workshop dates/times are subject to Career Center Staff availability
- All requests must be made at least 3 weeks in advance
- Workshop Request Deadlines (if you are requesting a workshop after the deadline, it may not be accommodated.)
Fall semester: October 1st
Spring semester: February 1st
Summer semester: June 15th
The Career Center offers the following workshops:
NEW - Financial Literacy: This workshop will help improve students' understanding of financial concepts and services, so that they are empowered to make informed choices and take action to improve their financial well-being. This workshop has three subtopics-
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How to Find a Job: In today’s competitive job market, a strategic job search plan is key. Students will develop a plan that includes research tools, professional networking and ways to breech the hidden job market.
How to Choose a Major: It is critical that students begin their career exploration early. Students will learn tools and techniques on how to choose a major best suited for them.
Resume Development: In a computer lab setting, students will walk away with a professional resume for employers to see.
Smart Professional Networking: Students will learn to make face-to-face business contacts in an unintimidating environment and find out how to tap into the hidden job market.
Social Media Networking: Students will learn the critical importance of a professional on-line presence with Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest and more.
Interview Skills/Dress for Success: Students will learn the skills they need to land their dream job.
Overview of Career Center Services: Students will learn what the Career Center can do for them.
Internship Program Overview: Students will hear the benefits of participating in an exciting internship and how it can help in their future job search.
Office Etiquette and Professionalism: Students will learn how to keep their dream job.
Resources for Alumni
Being a graduate of Tallahassee Community College definitely has its benefits, including access to programs and services through the Career Center. Whether graduates are exploring new career options or looking for first-time employment, the Career Center offers a variety of career management services to all TCC Alumni.