Brandon Andrews has tried on many hats since graduating from high school. It wasn’t until he enrolled in the Building Construction Technology (BCT) program at Piedmont Technical College that he found the right fit.
Aaron Wood has agriculture in his blood. The McCormick County native grew up amidst the family’s beef cattle and timber operation. So, it was no surprise that he would enter an agriculture field, which has led him to the horticulture program at Piedmont Technical College.
Each year, Piedmont Technical College chooses some of its best and brightest to serve as Presidential Ambassadors. These students represent the college at campus functions, provide tours and speak about their experiences to potential students.
Jobs at a Glance is a service for Piedmont Technical College students nearing graduation, alumni and the community that provides information about local and regional job opportunities. Some great postings from employers as diverse as Norbord and Educational Television have gone up this month in fields like information technology, human resources, controls and automation and more.
If you’re not sure what career is the best fit for you, you’re not alone. People are often unsure of exactly what kind of career they want to pursue, and college students sometimes choose one major that they know about when another might be a better choice for their strengths. It can be helpful to spend some time exploring personal interests and abilities to identify what kind of career is the right fit for you.
Did you know that apprenticeship is recognized nationally as 1 of 10 innovative workforce development best practices? Apprenticeship has evolved dramatically over the past 50 years and is now found in a wide variety of occupations.
February is Financial Aid Awareness Month, and Piedmont Technical College will be hosting a series of events designed to help college bound students understand the options that are available to them to make college more affordable.