Career Services

NTC recognizes that you are here for a reason. Whether it is to brush up on technical training, learn a new set of technical skills, or change your career entirely, our programs can get you there.

Get Started!

Career advising begins with your instructors. Beginning the first week of class, ask your instructors about area employers, and with whom you should be networking. Check out our Scholarships page for a taste of the local and regional businesses that are looking for (and financially supporting) students just like YOU! Also – discover current job openings posted in the NTC Library.

Statewide and Local Area Job Search

 

MinnesotaWorks.net: up-to-date listing of jobs, internships, and other opportunities. external-link-icon

iSeek is Minnesota’s career, education, and job resource. external-link-icon

M State’s Career Coach: discover local job info, job listings, and quickly build your resume online! external-link-icon

eFolio – Create a Career Portfolio for Employers

Highlight your education, employment history, accomplishments, goals and professional experiences with eFolio Minnesota, a multimedia electronic portfolio.  Minnesota State Colleges and Universities developed eFolio, which is available to all Minnesota residents.Start your own eFolio. external-link-icon

Free Training

The Bemidji Workforce Center offers free workshops and training for people starting new careers. Check out their upcoming events here: Bemidji Workforce Center workshops and trainingexternal-link-icon

Work at NTC

We have Work-study options right here on campus. These jobs are part-time, and can help you gain direct experience in the field you are studying.

Job Search Assistance

2016 Fall Student Success Workshops

2016-2017 NTC Job Search Handbook

Northwest Technical College will help you with job search services for one year following graduation, or until you get your first job in related employment – whichever comes first. Our services include providing resources for career planning and for job searches and notifications of job openings.

The college is not responsible for securing employment. You have the primary responsibility to prepare your employment applications, employment history, and related information. Your academic performance, interview skills, and willingness to accept entry level employment is crucial to landing a job in your field of study.