NC Community & Technical College Jobs Consortium(SM) Launches Website to Offer North Carolina Employers a Free and Easy Way to Post Jobs Once and Reach Many Schools

May 12, 2011

NEW YORK, May 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — The new website launched recently by a Consortium of North Carolina’s community and technical colleges and College Central Network, Inc. (CCN) promises to make it free and easy for North Carolina’s employers to post jobs. Recruiters in the state will be able to post any number of jobs at no cost, and reach all interested students, alumni, and community residents simultaneously.

The new website, www.CollegeCentral.com/ncctcjobs, allows employers to post a job and reach all current and future consortium member schools. Employers posting jobs today can already reach the following community and technical colleges for FREE: Cleveland Community College; College of the Albermarle; Guilford Technical Community College; Isothermal Community College; Rowan-Cabarrus Community College; Sandhills Community College; Surry Community College; Vance-Granville Community College; Wake Technical Community College; and Wilkes Community College.

According to Donna Brumfield, CCN’s College Relations Manager for North Carolina, “The NC Community & Technical College Jobs Consortium(SM) is a win-win for both employers and job seekers across the state. It makes posting jobs to multiple campuses simple and FREE, and greatly increases the number of job opportunities for our partner campuses and jobs seekers attending the Consortium’s schools.”

College Central Network’s online career office management solution, Career Services Central(SM), exclusively powers the career centers of the Consortium’s participating schools, the Consortium website itself, as well as more than 35 individual two- and four-year North Carolina career centers statewide.

Brumfield says, “Participating community and technical college career centers and workforce development centers play a key role in providing the career skills needed by the next generation of the state’s emerging talent. Now employers have an extremely efficient set of tools to easily tap into that talent pipeline to grow their North Carolina-based businesses.”

“In this economy, graduating students need to look more closely at opportunities from small- and medium-sized businesses, government agencies, and non-profits, in addition to those offered by well-known employers,” says Linda M. Fletcher, Director Career Services, Vance-Granville Community College. “The current marketplace levels the playing field for all organizations seeking to fill positions. While traditional ‘employers of choice’ will be more selective in their hiring decisions, others can now attract quality people who might have elected to work elsewhere in a stronger economy.”

Fletcher added, “The www.collegecentral.com/ncctcjobs website makes it economical for all North Carolina employers — small and large, public and private — to directly target their postings to the candidates they want. Plus, they post jobs for free. We are excited about this new service and encourage employers statewide to take advantage of it!”

About College Central Network, Inc.

College Central Network, Inc. (www.collegecentral.com), established in 1997, is the nation’s leading application service provider (ASP) of Web-based career office management systems to small-to-midsize colleges and universities, and community and technical colleges. College Central Network serves over 2.5 million students enrolled at more than 550 exclusively powered partner campuses and includes thousands of career center staff users and over 750,000 registered employers. College Central Network and Jobs Central are registered trademarks of College Central Network, Inc. Career Services Central and NC Community & Technical College Jobs Consortium are service marks of College Central Network.

SOURCE College Central Network, Inc.

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