Many students attend college without a particular major in mind. Counselors are available to help students in the decision making process of selecting a career. There are ways to do accomplish this goal, we can help you clarify your values, interests, abilities and skills. Then help you gather information about the world of work. There are various forms of career assessment tools that are available. BCTC offers students a course in career planning: SDC 105 - Career Planning Seminar.
At BCTC our students are encouraged to research careers on the Internet. Listed below are sites designed to help students gather useful information about hundreds of careers and learn more about your personality preferences. In addition, Internet search engines can be used to research career fields.
We also offer Career Development in our Counseling Center. There is a full-time specialist that will help you with tasks such as: filling out applications, conducting job searches, writing your resume, mock interviews, writing cover letters and reference list.
We also work with students on creating job portfolios for them to utilize when they start to interview for positions.
Career Link is a website designed for BCTC by NaceLink. On this site local and national companies sign up so they may post available positions in the area. This site is used by only BCTC students and you must be a student/alumni to sign up for access. Use the portals above to reach the Career Link website as either a student/alumnus or as an employer.
We offer our students with oppourtunity for Internships and Co-ops. To find out more go to: