Overcoming Potential Barriers to Employment
- Transportation challenges
- Child care expenses
- Disability – physical and/or intellectual
- Gaps in employment
- Mental and physical health issues
- Financial need
- Pursuing a nontraditional* career path
- Lack of marketable skills or educational credentials
- Criminal history
If you are struggling to find employment or if any of the above apply to you, schedule an appointment with Career Services.
The college holds various career fairs throughout the year which allows for employers and students to connect. Students will be notified of all events through student email and campus marketing.
Job Seekers with Disabilities
- Georgia Department of Labor
- abilityJOBS is a comprehensive website dedicated to employment of people with disabilities. Job postings are from employers specifically seeking to hire people with disabilities. Job seekers can post anonymous resume for free.
- Disability Solutions
Resources & Templates
- LiveCareer is for students pursuing Nontraditional* Career Paths.
- Career Services LibGuide
- Cover Letter Example
- Cover Letter Template
- Job Search Steps
- Resume Development List
- Resume Template
- Creative Resume Design: Free Templates
- Resume How to Say It
- Verbs for Resumes
- Thank You Letter
- Disability Services
- Special Populations
- SNAP & Public Benefits Assistance (formerly Food Stamps)
- Student Support Resource Library
- Georgia Justice Project
*Nontraditional occupations for women are made up of a population that is at least 75 percent male; nontraditional occupations for men are made up of a population that is at least 75 percent female.
Ready to search? Check out Career Connections.