At Southwest Georgia Technical College we believe that you have come to college to gain the skills necessary to prepare for a career in today’s fastest growing occupations. The Career Placement and Development office has a full-time Director who is dedicated to helping students, recent graduates, and alumni find employment in their chosen fields.
We can help you prepare for and conduct your job search. Although your success depends to a great extent on your academic history, your work ethics, and your involvement in the job search process, we can assure you that we will prepare you for the job search by:
Assisting in resume preparation or resume review
Conducting mock interviews
Sharing ideas on how to dress to impress a potential employer
Providing help in career/ job-market research
Marketing your skills to potential employers
Generating job leads.
It is the goal of SWGTC and the Director of Career Placement and Development to help students realize a high degree of personal and professional development and successful employment.
Employers: We appreciate your interest in our students and graduates. We will do everything possible to help you develop a positive relationship with Southwest Georgia Technical College. Would you like to post a job? Would you like to a part of our annual job fair each spring? Call 229.227.2668 or email Dr. Jeanine Long at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Southwest Georgia Technical College is proud of its 100% total placement and 97% in-field placement rates for Fiscal Year 2011. Please call to make an appointment with Dr. Jeanine Long if you need a job, or a well-trained, qualified employee. There is no charge for any of the services provided. Appointments are recommended, but walk-ins are welcome as time permits.
Director of Career Placement and Development
Jeanine C. Long, Ph.D.
(229) 227-2668 (phone)
(229) 227-2666 (fax)
“Providing high-quality training for specific occupations that are in demand and helping qualified graduates obtain those jobs is the purpose of technical education.”