Human Resource Development (HRD)
The purpose of the Human Resources Development (HRD) Program is to educate and train people in transition or in the emerging workforce for success in the workplace. HRD classes are designed for adults who are unemployed, under-employed, or have received notice of a pending layoff.
- Job Seeking Skills
- Job Search Techniques
- Employment Retention
- Advancement Strategies
Each class addresses the six core components:
- Positive Self-Concept
- Employability Skills
- Communication Skills
- Problem-Solving Skills
- Impact of Information Technology in the Workplace
Our HRD classes are also great for current professionals who need to brush up on their interviewing skills to be prepared for their next career opportunity!
Host a Class
If you are interested in hosting a Human Resources Development class at your off-campus site, please contact
Chairperson of Human Resources Development
How We Can Assist
The mission of the FTCC Career Development Center is to educate and provide services to our students, alumni and community residents, that provides them with information, skills, and resources to explore career options, to establish career goals and to make informed career decisions.
Students, Alumni and Community Residents
Whether you are looking for a part-time job, ready for a career change or newly entering the workforce, we can help you achieve your career goals. We invite you to explore some of our services listed below:
– Attend one of our Employer Days, Career Fairs, Hiring Events, Seminars and or Class Presentations
– Check out our HRD C.A.P.E.S Lab where you can Exploring Career Options, Get Assistance with Goal Setting, and Learn How to a Winning Resume, Mastering Branding & Social Networking, Acing the Interview, Standing Out at a Job Fair, Building Your Portfolio and many more……
– Learn more about our Work-Based Learning Program which provides students with an opportunity to apply classroom objectives in a workplace setting. It is synonymous with the term “internship.” Students gain valuable work experience with area businesses, industries and public agencies, related to their program major and career goals.
The Career Development Center offers face to face and virtual workshops and classroom presentations to meet faculty needs. Typical topics are crafting a resume, acing the interview, time-management, etc.
We help employers connect with students, alumni and community residents, in a number of ways.
-Employer Days, Career Fairs, Hiring Events, Seminars and College Central Network Database
College Central Database
Students are invited to create an account to have access to over 500,000 jobs using our College Central Network Database.
Employers are invited to seek resumes and post job opening, opportunities.
Center for Business and Industry Bldg, Rm 135
2723 Ft Bragg Rd
Fayetteville, NC 28303
Career Development Center, (910) 678-8419 or 8501
HRD, (910) 678-8495
Work-Based Learning, (910) 678-8268
Work-Based Learning : Work-Based Learning (WBL) provides an opportunity for students to apply classroom knowledge in both paid and non-paid work experiences related to their major and career goals. Contact Jeanette Nunnery at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
On-Campus Recruiting: A great opportunity to capitalize on your recruiting efforts, connect with talented FTCC students and increase the visibility of your organization. Several options include hosting a recruiting table, attending a career fair or participating in seminars.
See Events Calendar for upcoming events.