PC Professor takes job placement assistance very seriously and has been doing so since 1989. Can we actually promise to get a student hired? No, of course not; and, we urge you be wary of any school that does. What we can pledge, however, is that we will try our collective best to find meaningful leads, job postings and employment opportunities for any of our vocational graduates who may be seeking career opportunities in the IT sector. We will try our best for these leads to be training related, substantive and within driving distance.
By monitoring the job postings from numerous lead sources on a daily basis, our placement assistance office is able to quickly identify recently-posted job openings in the computer field and to get the word out to our job-seeking alumni without delay. The provided job leads are usually fresh, substantive, training-related and local in nature. Also, IT staffing agencies periodically use our graduate pool as a hiring source and are frequent participants at our employment job fairs.
Moreover, our corporate training customers are well aware of the high caliber of our students and receive hiring incentives through our ongoing Frequent Hire Program. The program is a win-win scenario which encourages employers to extend a hiring preference to our school’s graduates and allows PC Professor students to stand out from the employment pack.
If you represent a hiring employer seeking to employ a PC Professor graduate, we ask that you submit an online job notification alert which will immediately be made available to our job seeking alumni. Be it an opening for a web designer, a computer technician, a systems engineer, a programmer, an office administrator, a corporate executive or a help desk position, we will try our best to assist you in filling the position. Our job placement assistance service is offered at no charge to either the hiring employer or to the student.
If you are a PC Professor graduate who has recently accepted employment, please let us know so that we may update your file and congratulate you on your new position!