Career Development and Employability
Mitchell Community College is partnering with GoodWill Career Connections, NC Works and College Central Network to provide career guidance and job search asssistance.
GoodWill Career Connections (opens in new window)
Get a job interview, make a great impression, and land the job you want! Take advantage of career coaching and resume workshops, and be ready when opportunity knocks. Search current job postings. The Career Connection Center is located in Statesville.
For more information: Contact: Michel Johnston, firstname.lastname@example.org, (704) 873-5005 ext. 11423
NC Works (opens in new window)
If you are looking for a job or wanting to update skills that make you a more marketable candidate, Services available: resumé assistance, interview coaching, basic computer skills training and other job search/career service. Search current job postings in the area.
These Workshops are offered via WebEx at 11:00 on a rotating T-Th schedule:
- NCWorks Navigation
- Resume Development
- Centralina Career Headlight Tutorial
- Got a job? Keep a Job!
For more information call 855-629-6757.
Download the New Centralina Workforce Development Board NC Works mobile app for the latest workshop information and current job openings. NC Works App available on Google Play or iPhone App Store.
College Central Network (opens in new window)
This free job search tool is available for students, alumni, community and employers.
Employers are encouraged to list open positions with GoodWill Career Connections, NC Works and College Central Network.
Iredell County Edge Factor (opens in new window)
Learn about exciting career opportunities in Iredell County.
Follow this link and scroll toward the bottom of the page to see videos featuring Iredell County companies. (opens in new window)
New videos are added frequently.
Edge Factor is an on-line educational digital platform that showcases careers.
North Carolina has programs and resources to connect students to their career passions. You can find career assessments, reality check and more at NCCareers.org (opens in new window)
Hedy Ryerson-Hedrick, Occupational Extension Coordinator