Prepare for Life After JCTC

Most JCTC students tell us they are attending school to pursue a career. The CREW Career Center provides support and services in-person, by appointment, walk-in and on-line to support your career goals. Begin your preparation for your career as soon as you begin at JCTC!

Create a Resume

Students should begin to develop a resume their first semester at JCTC. Not only is a resume an essential tool in marketing your candidacy to employers, it can also be a helpful career planning tool. A CREW Center Counselor can help you develop a customize resume, identify gaps in your candidacy, and provide you with tools and resources to fill these gaps during your time at JCTC. Review these action steps below to get started:

Prepare for a Succesful Interview

A resume will lead to an interview…but a successful interview will lead to the job! The CREW Career Center can help you communicate to employers how your coursework, experiences and interest make you the ideal candidate for the job. Get help in the following ways:

Online Branding

Technology has made it easier than ever to network with professionals in your career field. Students should work on their on-line branding throughout the time they are enrolled at JCTC. CREW can help you learn how to take control of your on-line brand!

Identify How Military Experience Relates to Career Goals

Search codes or titles from the Military Occupational Classification (MOC) to identify the skills that you can market to future employers by using the ONET Crosswalk.

Prepare for Continued Education

If you are considering pursuing a 4-year degree after JCTC, it is important to plan your academic path as soon as you start at JCTC. A transfer advisor can educate you about program eligibility, required coursework, application process, and much more!

  • If you are intending to transfer to the University of Louisville, then you should contact the ULtra program.
  • If you are intending to transfer to another institution, then you should contact the JCTC Transfer Center.

Conduct a Job Search

While networking is an important part of job searching, the CREW Career Center can also connect you to job postings for full-time, part-time and experiential learning opportunities.

  • Locate and apply to recent openings that employers have posted on the CREW Job Board.
  • Subscribe to the CREW Job Board Mailing List to receive frequent updates about new opportunities available on the CREW Job Board.
  • Search for openings using online job search portals. Online job search portals are a great way to find local and national open positions. Search these popular job search websites to get started: