Career Services

PTC's Career Services department offers great resources and valuable job insight for current students.

From assisting students to develop a career plan and providing steps to career success workshops to planning career fairs, speed networking, alumni speaker series, and backpack to briefcase events, the advisors in Career Services have what students need to get their career started.

And this service doesn't stop at graduation. Alumni continue to receive assistance from the Career Services team when they need help whether it is updating a resume, developing a professional network, or interviewing for a new position. It doesn’t matter if graduation was one year or ten years ago. PTC supports graduates at the beginning and throughout their career.

 Career Services is dedicated to student success. Help includes:

  • Part-time job search assistance for students who need to work while going to school
  • Internship placement in your field of study
  • Job search help before and after graduation
  • Arranging mock interviews, reviewing resumes, scheduling interviews
  • Coordinating on-campus interviews and hosting job fairs
  • Strong relationship with local and national employers

Services available to PTC alumni:

  • Alumni On-line Job Registration
  • Transcript Requests
  • Career Search Assistance
  • Optimal Resume's step-by-step guide
  • On-line web based job board
  • Freelance Support Center
  • Alumni Newsletter
  • Networking Events

Services available to employers:

  • Candidate matching to your needs
  • Interview Coordination
  • On and Off-Campus Recruiting
  • Alumni Network Referrals
  • Coordinate Industry specific Internships
  • On line job posting board
  • Transcript Requests
  • Career Fairs
  • Advisory Board membership

A nonprofit Institution

PTC can help launch your career with a hands-on, personal approach
and a wide range of advantages over traditional institutions.

Pittsburgh Technical College, 1111 McKee Road, Oakdale PA, 15071
(412) 809-5100

Pittsburgh Technical College admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.