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Office Location:
Quincy Campus: Presidents Place, Room 513
Plymouth Campus: Room 3

Mailing Address:
Quincy College
ATTN: Career Center
Presidents Place
1250 Hancock St.
Quincy Center, MA 02169

Phone: (617) 984-1662
or (617) 984-1647

Gary Wallrapp
Director of Career Services & Workforce Development
(617) 984-1662
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Teri Sterling
Career Counselor/Advisor,
Plymouth Campus

(508) 747-0400
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Career Services & Workforce Development

In full support of the mission of Quincy College, the Office of Career Services and Workforce Development assists students with career development. Services include career counseling & planning; resume writing assistance; interviewing techniques; seminars and workshops on job search techniques including networking; a reference book and video library on aspects of career planning; electronic links to Internet resources including College Central; a student jobs and resume site.

The new Career Center provides a comprehensive approach to career and life planning offering a wide array of services, resources, and programs addressing career-related issues. The Career Center is a valuable link between the College and the business community. The professional staff can assist students in important areas such as:

• Career counseling including CareerCruising’s Matchmaker and other instruments
• Job Placement Assistance
• Resume Writing
• Interviewing techniques and “Dressing for Success”
• Choosing a Major
• Career Chats & the Meet the Manager Program
• Internships
• Navigating the Quincy College Web based student jobs/resume site: collegecentral.com/quincycollege.

How We Can Help
The Quincy College Career Center can guide you through the Career Planning process by providing you with the necessary resources you will need on your journey. Here is how we can help...

» Take our 3 credit course, Career Planning: A Developmental Approach; this class may be used as an elective for any major.

» Attend the Quincy College Career Week, which takes place in the third week of April each spring. It is a week-long career fair filled with numerous events and seminars presented by various professional businesses and colleges.

» Take a self-assessment using the Career Cruising online program to identify the three top careers into which your interests, skills, and values fall. (Username: Quincy, Password: College)

» For job opportunities, go to the Quincy College Jobs & Student Resume site at collegecentral.com/quincycollege. Click on the Students button to register.

» Set up an appointment with our Career Services Advisor, Gary Wallrapp, at 617-984-1662 to get started!

Workforce Development
The Workforce Development Program is focused on developing and managing relationships with the business community and securing and managing grants and student internships. All activities and programs reflect the highest standards of quality and integrity. For more information, please call the office at 617-984-1662 or 617 984-1647.

Career planning is a process during which you will identify your interests, skills, and values and connect these to a career which best fits your skill set, personality, and background.

Although career planning may be slightly intimidating at first, it can be a rewarding experience in the end. It doesn’t happen overnight, but with the right help and determination you will find a fulfilling career.

Quincy College Libraries Career Resources
Check out the new subject guide available on the library website!
Here is some of the information you will find:
• Books, articles, and film clips on career-related topics
• Interview advice and tips
• Job search banks
• Career websites
• Salary information
• Resume and cover letter examples
More Guides are being added – and updated - all of the time. Check back often. Do you have suggestions for other guides? Let us know.

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