Life at SGSC
Career & Transition Services provides quality services that assist students with career development and transitioning from associate to bachelor degree programs. We offer individualized counseling, transfer workshops, and special events such as Transfer PROBE Fair in the Spring and bachelor degree program representatives on campus throughout the semester. Please visit us so that we may help you achieve your goals. We are committed to helping you through the process of selecting a major and career goal, and developing an educational plan to make it happen. We look forward to working with you!
Mr. David Butler
Career Services Coordinator
912.260.4390 or 912.449.7558, firstname.lastname@example.org
Career Services Office The Advising Center
Douglas Campus Waycross Campus
Collins Hall 211 Dye Building
Programs and Services
If you need help choosing a major/career or preparing for employment, contact Career Services and schedule an appointment with the career counselor. A typical career counseling session lasts 30 - 60 minutes. During your session, the career counselor will assess your needs and help you develop a Career Action Plan (CAP).
If you want an interview in today's job market, your cover letter and resume must be above reproach. Email your cover letter and resume to Career Services, or stop by during walk-in hours, for a detailed critique. Templates and other resources are also available.
Are you feeling nervous about an upcoming interview? Schedule a mock interview, with Career Services, to build confidence and rehearse your responses. Panel interviews can also be arranged with advanced notice (at least four weeks).
Are you considering graduate or professional school? Schedule an appointment, with Career Services, to explore programs, schools, and entrance requirements. During your session, the career counselor will guide you through the admissions process. GRE, MAT, and GMAT resources are also available.
Career Services hosts a career fair each year. Come dressed to impress and network with top companies/organizations. To learn how to prepare for the fair, visit Career Services during walk-in hours.
Career Services hosts a variety of guest speakers and career development workshops designed to address the needs of both students and alumni. Look for emails and posters to learn more about upcoming events. If you would like to request a guest speaker or workshop, please contact Career Services.
Need help deciding what pathway to take? Visit the Career Services Center so we can weigh opportunities.