Tony Rand Student Center, RM 113
Fayetteville Technical Community College
P. O. Box 35236
2201 Hull Road
Fayetteville NC 28303-0236
Phone: (910) 678-8205
Phone: (910) 678-8422
Fax: (910) 678-0085
Hours of Operation
Please click on the link above to compete the first step in planning your career.
Individual Career Counseling
Individual counseling is available to assist you in your career decision making process. Interests, values, abilities, experiences and personality will be explored to help reveal possible career fields for exploration.
Career counseling can benefit those who are undecided about a college major, those wishing to change careers, and those who are seeking confirmation that a selected career area is right for them.
If you are interested in scheduling an appointment for career counseling, please call 910-678-8422.
Self assessment is one of the first tools used in career counseling and can come in many different forms. The purpose of this assessment is to help you learn more about yourself. Self awareness is the key to making a good career choice. Career assessments available include:
CFNC Bridges Career Planning Tools- Choices Planner
Interest, skills, and values assessments to identify your personal career options
Explore over 650 careers and watch over 400 career videos
Identify education requirements and school majors
Create an online portfolio
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
Explore your personality preferences and how they relate to career options.
Free Career Assessments
College Foundation of North Carolina (Career Choices/Bridges)
See Related Links for additional career assessment and career resource information
Is the college major right for me?
Local Career Resources
|Cooperative Education (Co-op for short) provides students with an opportunity to
earn college credit while gaining a working knowledge in their chosen field. To
find out more and to see what curricula have the Co-op option in them, please
select this link: Cooperative Education.
Exploring and Researching Careers
Once you have figured out the things you like to do and the things you do well, you can begin exploring careers that incorporate your interests and skills as well as the education needed, average salary earned, and potential job openings. Review the link below: