Services for Students
Aiken Technical College provides free career services for prospective and current students as well as alumni. Our services include helping to determine the best career fit for you, preparing for job searches and interviews, and setting short- and long-term career goals.
Career services staff are certified Global Career Development Facilitators, so they are on-campus experts ready to help you meet your career goals.
Services provided include:
- Guidance on the connection between your education and career
- Focus personality inventory to find out which careers best fit you
- Help determining if a change of major is needed
- Information about career clusters and occupations
- Referrals to on- and off-campus resources
- Assistance developing and updating your cover letter and resume
- Identifying resources for a job search and finding current job openings
- Mock interviews
Bringing Jobs to You
Current students and alumni can complete a search for jobs on the ATC online job board, CollegeCentral.com/atc. Job listings are updated regularly. Career-related resources are also available on the site. Career Services also hosts a job fair each year in April.
Contact Rich Weldon, by phone (803) 508-7382 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ATC Counseling Services works to increase the potential for every student to succeed by providing services that help students achieve their goals. Among these services are:
- Services for students with disabilities and special needs
- Personal counseling
- Assistance in the event of student emergencies
Services for Students with Disabilities
Our goal is to improve the educational development of all students by offering an accessible and supportive campus environment. The Director of Counseling Services coordinates the provision of services for students with disabilities. In order for a student to receive accommodations based on a disability, the student must submit documentation from a qualified professional. The Director of Counseling Services will review the documentation, determine the appropriate accommodation(s), and provide a Faculty Notification Form to the student. Students receiving reasonable accommodations will submit a Faculty Notification Form to their instructor(s) each academic term.