Career Connections is a one-stop solution for bringing together job seekers and job providers. This new resource is open to the community and will help people wanting to start a new career or advance in their current career.
At Career Connections students and alumni, as well as the general public, can access a variety of services, including:
Career Connections provides employers with access to a pool of well-trained, ready-to-work applicants. Through Career Connections, employers can partner with CCC&TI to develop:
Career Connections is located in F-146 (John Forlines Building) on CCC&TI’s Caldwell Campus in Hudson. For more information, call 828.726.2609 or email email@example.com
Educational Services provides resources to help navigate the complex environment of career preparation. Bridging the gap between high school and employment, services include workshops, apprenticeships, work-based learning, and employability skills. Through partnerships with campus and community, CCC&TI promotes opportunities that strengthen students’ ability to define and accomplish goals, develop resilience and achieve success.
For more information on how to participate in our Employer Spotlight events, please send your contact information to Asia Hunt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Through this program CCC&TI provides training and support services for new, expanding and existing companies at little to no cost to the company. The Customized Training Program is designed to make a difference in an organization’s bottom line by:
CCC&TI offers on-site training and flexible training hours to accommodate employee work schedules and production timelines. CCC&TI can develop a program tailored to any company’s specific training needs.
For more information contact:
Rick J. Shew
Associate Dean, Business and Career Services
Work-Based Learning (WBL) combines classroom instruction with practical work experience that
is directly related to a program of study. Emphasis is placed on integrating classroom
learning with related work experience. Employers set the standard for the quality of work
and determine the rate of pay. Students must meet the employer standards as well as the
academic requirements of the College.
Apprenticeships combine classroom instruction and on-the-job training to prepare students for an industry. Students are paid for their work and their wages will increase as they progress in the program. Upon graduation, apprentices will receive a Certificate of Completion and will have earned the highly skilled "journey worker" designation.
To earn the National Career Readiness Certificate® (NCRC®), you must successfully complete the WorkKeys assessments in:
WorkKeys offers additional assessments to measure interests, values and behaviors that can lead to greater job satisfaction. Most tests are web-based and take one hour. Scores are easily verified online.
|August 16||1 p.m. - 5 p.m.||Room: F-155|
|September 13||9 a.m. - 1 p.m.||Room: F-155|
|October 18||1 p.m. - 5 p.m.||Room: F-155|
|November 15||9 a.m. - 1 p.m.||Room: F-155|
|December 13||1 p.m. - 5 p.m.||Room: F-155|
Call 828-726-2609 to schedule your test
These classes are offered at NO COST to individuals who meet ONE of the conditions below:
Continuing Education schedule to see other offerings.
Please contact the Continuing Education Department at 828.726.2242 to find out more information.
Thank you for your service to our country! We are delighted you have chosen CCC&TI to further your education.
CCC&TI is approved by the North Carolina State Approving Agency for the enrollment of persons eligible for education benefits from the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.
The Veteran’s Resource Center (VRC) is the central hub for our military and student veterans. The Veterans Center is conveniently located in F-Bldg., adjacent to Career Connections (F-146). The center provides a safe, supportive and relaxing place for student veterans to meet, ask questions, study, enjoy peer to peer support, access computers, find resources or just unwind between classes.
The mission of the Veterans Resource Center (VRC) is to assist military and veteran students in making a successful transition from military to academic life by providing information, tools and comprehensive programs that increase student academic success and completion of their academic goal.
The Veteran’s Resource Center (VRC) will be recognized as a leader in providing quality
services to our military, veterans, and their dependent family members.
|Caldwell County Veterans' Service Office:||828.757.1345|
|Watauga County Veterans' Service Office:||828.265.8065|
|VA Health Benefits:||800.222.8387|
|Veteran’s Crisis Line:||800.273.8255, press 1|
To help individuals achieve their professional goals by providing access to a variety of employment and educational resources.
For students, alumni, and community members to get assistance with choosing a career path, gain job skills to be competitive in the workforce and to enter the workforce.