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WELCOME TO CAREER SERVICES!

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Walk-In Resume Reviews

Dates:  October 22, October 29, November 12
Time: 5:00-6:30
Location: Building 8 Conference Room on Main Campus
Need help with a resume? Don’t know how to start?
Have a resume, but you need someone to proof it for you or help you make revisions?
Let Career Services help you polish up your resume!

Don’t come empty-handed!

  • Don’t have a resume? Create a  rough draft and bring it with you – we just need a starting point.
  • Bring a printed copy of your rough draft or resume that can be marked up.
  • Don’t have a printer? Email it to yourself and print it in the lobby of Building 8.
  • Applying for a job? Bring a copy of the job posting.
  • Bring a list of your past jobs, internships, volunteer experiences.

About Career Services

VGCC’S Career Services is committed to providing our students and graduates with the necessary services, resources, and opportunities to define their personal career goals and prepare for future success in the job market and workplace. By offering individualized customer service, we support our students and graduates in identifying a career goal and outlining the steps necessary to achieve success.

By building partnerships with area employers and community members, we are able to offer innovative opportunities to explore various careers and learn about the world of work.

Good career planning leads to greater job satisfaction and a more productive workforce. We encourage all of our students to invest time in career planning to achieve academic and career success.

Be sure to take advantage of the many free resources we have available to support our students’ success!

Appointments: http://www.calendly.com/fletcherl

Job Placement and Job Placement Rates for Graduates

The college does not advertise job placement rates as a means of recruiting students to enroll, thus they are not readily available. Visit NC TOWER , North Carolina’s Tool for Online Workforce and Education Reporting, to view information about the workforce and educational outcomes of programs at North Carolina community colleges and public universities.