3001 E. First Street
Vidalia, GA 30474
The Career Services Office is dedicated to assisting STC students and graduates in gaining meaningful employment. To help further that initiative, we offer workshops to inform students on current topics or issues in the career services area. These workshops are free for all current STC students.
Need help getting started? Not sure how to format a resume? You may ask specific questions about your resume in this workshop. First come, first served. Check student email for the WebEx link to join this workshop.
|Virtual||February 8, 2023||3:00PM-5:00PM|
|Virtual||March 8, 2023||10:00AM-12:00PM|
Looking for a job? Need help preparing for an interview? Feel free to drop in. We answer questions one-on-one. Hope to see you there!
|Virtual||February 22, 2023||3:00PM-5:00PM|
|Virtual||March 29, 2023||10:00AM-12:00PM|
|Vidalia Campus, Main Building, President’s Boardroom||February 13, 2023||2:00PM-4:00PM|
|Vidalia Campus, Main Building, President’s Boardroom||March 13, 2023||10:00AM-12:00PM|
|Swainsboro Campus, Building 8, Library||February 27, 2023||10:00AM-12:00PM|
|Swainsboro Campus, Building 8, Library||March 27, 2023||2:00PM-4:00PM|
Southeastern Technical College provides a series of Lunch and Learns for the students of STC. These informational meetings are held during the lunch hour to accommodate students’ class and work schedules. Topics are selected to assist students in obtaining employability skills and/or developing social skills. Sessions held at Southeastern Tech include topics such as money management, resume writing, social media, healthy eating, interview preparation, work ethics, and many more.
|Community Service Board of Middle Georgia||March 21, 2023 – 12:00PM||Swainsboro Campus|
|Community Service Board of Middle Georgia||April 13, 2023 – 12:00PM||Vidalia Campus|
|Domestic Violence – What Were You Wearing?||April 20, 2023 – 12:00PM||Vidalia Campus|
For more help with your resume or to have it proofread, contact the Career Services Department at email@example.com.
The interview process can be scary if you don’t know what to expect. Being prepared for both the environment and the potential questions will help you get through the interview. Interviews can be multiple rounds, multiple people, multiple environments. Preparing yourself will help with whatever the company’s interview process may be.
You can expect questions regarding your qualifications, career interests, personality, and even personal interests. The interview is not the place to restate your resume. The employer is interested in what makes you think, react, and behave the way you do. The interviewer wants to probe into the major activities listed on your resume to appraise those qualifications that are not revealed on paper.
Because some employers emphasize reasons why they SHOULD NOT hire you, you should plan to support the reasons why they SHOULD hire you. You should carefully listen to each question asked and provide a thorough, yet brief, answer quickly and intelligently. It is unwise to memorize a speech for each anticipated question but it is essential to have a series of key points in mind.
This helps the employer gauge the interest you have in the position/company.
Not only should you know what questions to ask during the interview, but it is important to know what questions not to ask. You don’t want to alienate the recruiter by putting him or her on the defensive.
The following areas should generally be avoided:
For more tips or to set up a mock interview, contact the Career Services Department, firstname.lastname@example.org.