NCC provides all graduates with assistance relating to placement
opportunities; resume preparation, job search assistance and techniques,
interviewing prep and techniques, as well as advisement on job market
research. Placement assistance is available to all graduates of the
school, free of charge.
Additionally, NCC is required under California law to track placement of
it graduates for a period of up to six (6) months from the completion of
their program, and verify employment for sixty days from placement start
date per job/employer.
NCC’s assistance consists primarily of educating students on developing
their abilities to successfully perform employment-seeking tasks, such as,
but not limited to:
- How to job interview
- How to identify job openings
- How to following up with employers after interview(s)
- How to negotiate wages/benefits
- How to “stay” on the job, once hired
- How to securing opportunities for advancement
- How to develop a network of professional contacts
- How to prepare resumes
We understand that a successful job search is dependent upon the
confidence, willingness, and preparedness of you, the graduate. Students
and graduates are encouraged not to place restrictions on their job search
endeavors regarding location, starting salary, and specific benefits.
Please understand that any employment obtained through the school’s
assistance will, in all probability, be an entry-level position.
NCC encourages students throughout their program with instruction on
resume preparation, market research techniques and interviewing skills.
While in training, students are advised about job market conditions and
opportunities. NCC does not guarantee employment to any student upon