At Wiregrass Georgia Technical College, we train students for entry-level employment, advancement, and lifelong learning, and then help students find suitable employment. The Career Services office is committed to assisting current and former students in finding meaningful work by providing job leads, job search skills, seminars, job fairs, and much more. The Career Services staff cannot guarantee jobs for students, but will gladly partner with students to help them experience success in their job search.
Did you know that Wiregrass has access to hundreds of career videos? The website, VirtualJobShadow.com is a one-stop, multimedia career planning resource that helps at every stage, from career exploration to landing a job. Experience what it’s like to job shadow at top companies, build a resume, find jobs and internships in your career field, and more. To access this resource, create an account (using your college email address as your username).
Virtual Job Shadow can help you discover your passion!
- Exclusive Video Content
- Job and College Search
- Career and Interest Assessments
- Digital Portfolio – My Plan
Career Services Employer Portal
Employers wishing to create a profile and/or post a job opening, please go to the Career Services Employer Portal link listed above. Your job posting will be approved by the Career Services Office of Wiregrass and you will be notified upon approval. Once the posting is approved, students may begin to apply for your job opening directly from our Online Job Center. By posting a job with Wiregrass Georgia Technical College, employers understand and agree to uphold the Equal Opportunity statement shown below.
Job Placement Report
Click to view Job Placement Report
Notes about this report:
- Placement Rate by Program is based on awards conferred (duplicated graduates). The total placement rate for the college is based on unduplicated graduates. Please see separate report Unduplicated Graduates and Placement for the total placement rate.
- Programs with Total Placement less than 90% are indicated with a red asterisk (*) for Major codes and highlighted in red for PAS groups.
- Total Placement Rate Formula:
-- Employed in Field + Military + Employed in Rel Field + Employed in Unrel Field +
-- Employed in Field & Cont Ed + Employed in Rel Field & Cont Ed +
-- Employed in Unrel Field & Cont Ed + cont Educ
Numerator + Not Employed
- Check often for more events!
Additional resources on job openings, interviewing skills, wages, and education can be found on the following sites:
Seminars and Job Fairs
The Career Services office offers seminars and other assistance on topics including interviewing, resumes, handling difficult situations such as frequent job changes and background checks, and job success skills. In addition, students can network with employers and apply for jobs during job fairs held on campus each year.
For updated information about other events offered by Wiregrass Georgia Technical College, see the Academic Calendar.
Curriculum standards have been developed with direct involvement of business and industry. These standards serve as the industry-validated specifications for each occupational program. The TCSG guarantee to every one of our students is this:
“If one of our graduates, educated under a standard program, and his/her employer finds that the graduate is deficient in one or more competencies as defined in the standards, the technical college will retrain the employee at no instructional cost to the employee or the employer.”
This guarantee is in effect for a period of two years after graduation.
Statement of Equal Opportunity
Wiregrass Georgia Technical College (WGTC) abides by the Technical College System of Georgia’s Policy 2.1.1. Statement of Equal Opportunity. The Technical College System of Georgia and its constituent technical colleges do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, sex, religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, genetic information, disabled veteran, veteran of the Vietnam Era, or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by law). This nondiscrimination policy encompasses the operation of all TCSG and technical college-administered programs, federally financed programs, educational programs and activities involving admissions, scholarships and loans, student life and athletics. It also applies to the recruitment and employment of personnel and the contracting for goods and services. To review in its entirety, please access the TCSG Policy Manual and reference the corresponding policy and subsequent procedures.
All work and campus environments shall be free from unlawful forms of discrimination, harassment and retaliation as outlined under Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, as amended, Executive Order 11246, as amended, the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Act of 1974, as amended, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, the Equal Pay Act, Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009, the Georgia Fair Employment Act of 1978, as amended, the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008, the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014 (WIOA) and other related mandates under TCSG Policy, federal or state statutes.
TCSG and the technical colleges are expected to promote the full realization of equal opportunity through affirmative and continuing practices. TCSG and each technical college shall develop procedures for implementing this policy and for addressing employee and student complaints of unlawful discrimination for all work units and colleges, as mandated by federal compliance guidelines.
Any violation or questions may be directed to any member of the Campus Equity & Compliance Team as listed below:
- Shalonda Sanders, Title IX Coordinator (all campuses), Associate Vice President for Human Resources, Valdosta Campus, Brooks Hall, Human Resources Suite, or call (229) 333-5356, or email firstname.lastname@example.org;
- Katrina Royal, Student ADA & Section 504 Coordinator (all campuses), Director of Testing and Special Populations, Valdosta Campus, Berrien Hall, Room 107, or call (229) 333-2100 ext. 1236, or email email@example.com (student ADA & student disability claims only);
- April McDuffie, Title IX Designee/Investigator, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, Ben Hill-Irwin Campus, Dorminy-Mixon Hall, Room 8102B, or call (229) 468-2103 ext 4103, or email firstname.lastname@example.org;
- Meredith Moon, Title IX Designee/Investigator, Director of Human Resources and Employer Services, Valdosta Campus, Brooks Hall, Human Resources Suite, or call (229) 333-5356, or email email@example.com;
- Yolanda Woodall, Title IX Designee/Investigator, Assistant Director for Human Resources & Career Services Coordinator, Ben Hill-Irwin Campus, Charles Harris Learning Center, Room 630C, (229) 333-5356, or email firstname.lastname@example.org;
- Keren Wynn, Title IX Designee/Investigator, Vice President for Administrative Services, Valdosta Campus, Berrien Hall, Room 325, or call (229) 333-2103, or email email@example.com;
Telephone numbers are accessible to persons who are deaf or hard of hearing through the Georgia Relay by dialing 711 or 1-800-255-0056 from a TTY/TDD. You may also email the entire team at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you may visit our webpage at Wiregrass Campus Equity and Compliance.
Brooks Hall, Room 547
Brooks Hall, Room 541
Brooks Hall, Room 539
Room 630 C
Brooks Hall, Room 546