Career Services

career-graphicFountainhead College of Technology understands the importance of learning about relevant job information during the course of your studies. Our Career Services department provides job placement assistance to all students and graduates in good standing. The College actively pursues 100% placement of its graduates; however, employment is not guaranteed. We offer:

Job listings  |  Resume referrals 
On-campus interviews  |  Career fairs

We connect students and graduates with employment opportunities through job posting alerts and by arranging interviews with employers. If you would like personal assistance with your job search, we invite you to schedule an appointment with one of our Career Services Coordinators. Find technology job postings and technical career advice on Fountainhead College's LinkedIn Group.

Job Choices Magazine

One great resource for learning effective strategies for job searches can be found in the Job Choices magazine, a periodical on job choices for science, engineering and technical education students. Not sure where the best jobs are? O*NET Online is a useful website where you can learn about different careers that suit your interests and also learn about the job outlook for those industries. To get you started, we have provided some of the most important job search tips below.

Resumes & Cover Letters
Resume & Cover Letter Tips
  • Include objective in resume
  • Write a strong cover letter
  • Proofread, proofread, proofread

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InterviewingTips
Tips & Information for Interviews
  • Introduce yourself with a handshake
  • Research the company
  • Be on time

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Dressing for the Interview
How to dress for an Interview
  • Professional dress
  • Clean and pressed
  • Think conservative

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What Employers Want to See
Tips and Information on What Employers Want to See
  • Well-written cover letter and resume
  • Follow-up after the interview
  • Initiative and uniqueness

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