Student Services

Career Services

When you enroll at MCTC, Career Services will help you throughout your college experience to feel more confident about your educational decisions and career path. We will help you explore who you are, gain experience in the work world, and prepare you for a successful job search.

Current students, please find out about our services and upcoming events on the MCTC intranet.

Employers–Develop Your Future Workforce

If you are an employer, Career Services can help you recruit talented students and alumni through the MCTC Job Bank, on-campus recruiting, career fairs and event sponsorships.

There are a number of additional ways to get involved with our students and actively develop your future workforce. Volunteering to help students learn more about your business through informational interviews, becoming a classroom speaker or by facilitating an industry tour can help students solidify an interest in your field and learn how to prepare for their job search.

We also have a number of opportunities for you to offer industry expertise to our educational programs through advisory committee involvement.  Your feedback allows you to have a direct impact on how students are prepared to enter your industry. We strongly encourage you to develop internships and share volunteer and job opportunities with our students through the MCTC Job Bank.  The MCTC Job Bank can be used at no cost.

We look forward to talking with you, so please contact us for more information and learn how to get involved on our campus.

Contact Career Services

Career.Services@minneapolis.edu
612-659-6723

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With help from a $3.3 million MN Job Skills Partnership grant to MnSCU, MCTC's Division of Continuing Education and Customized Training will provide uniquely designed programs for the St. Paul Pioneer Press and Gedney Foods.

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MCTC–Thermo King Partnership

hermo King President Ray Pittard, left, and MCTC president Phil Davis.

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