MTC WORKS! is targeted to serve companies and individuals.
MTC’s Office of Career Services and The Center for Workforce Development collaborated to develop a program of services to pro-actively recruit employers and individuals, and create job matches between employers and qualified individuals.The partnership has produced 320 matches and provides follow-up at one month, two months and three month intervals.
Mission: MTC Works! enhances career awareness and exploration, teaches career development techniques, and promotes life-long strategies to individuals seeking employment or higher education. MTC Works! assists employers by matching qualified candidates to positions through online services, assessments, and personal contact.
Vision: MTC Works! will provide a first-class career services program through inter-departmental partnership between The Center for Workforce Development and the Office of Career Services, serving MTC students, alumni, faculty, employers, and members of the community.
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MTC Works! Career Services at Marion Technical College (MTC) makes no representations or guarantees about positions or events listed on its website or physical bulletin boards and is not responsible for the safety, wages, working conditions or other aspects of employment. MTC makes no specific or implied guarantees of employment as a result of obtaining a degree or the taking of any courses. It is the responsibility of the student, alumnus or community member to take all necessary precautions when interviewing for or accepting any position. He or she is solely responsible for obtaining or confirming any necessary information concerning an employer.
MTC Works! website contains links to other websites or events as a convenience for its users and is not responsible for the contents of any linked site. Anyone who discovers misuse or abuse of our website or other posting is encouraged to report the matter to MTC, either in person or via firstname.lastname@example.org