Jan 12, 2016
Student Employment Services Office(S.E.S. Office) In-Class Presentation By
Manager, Student Employment Services
At Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, WE HAVE A GREAT STORY TO TELL!!!
What Services Are Offered Through The S.E.S. Office - Room 3125?Job orders in the S.E.S. Office and Job Net in Careers 2000 & Beyond - Room 3334Part-time & summer job postings in the display cases on 1st floor of bldgs. 3 & 6Job Seeking Skills Exercise WorkbookEmployment manuals and company literature in Careers 2000 & BeyondFollow-Up Study and program evaluation data Annual Y2K3 Job Fair (Tuesday, 3-4-2003)
Why You Should StartA Credential FileTo receive job orders sent to your home via the mail or email for six months, with additional free services available via the Web page (www.nwtc.edu)To enable our office to complete a reference check on your behalf when requested by an employer with whom you have applied for a job.To add instructor references to your file.
How Are NWTC Students/Graduates Selected To Apply For A Job Opening?A Data Sheet Must Be Completed:Seeking employment must be YESAre you seeking full-time or part-time work?Which job zones are you willing to relocate in or drive back and forth to work?What job titles are you really interested in and qualified?
Graduate Choice of Job Titles(Microcomputer Specialist - CIS Program)Microcomputer ProgrammerMicrocomputer Information Center SpecialistMicrocomputer TrainerMicrocomputer ConsultantMicrocomputer Systems OperatorMicrocomputer Sales RepresentativePC Support TechnicianMicrocomputer Hardware TechnicianMicrocomputer Help Desk TechnicianMicrocomputer Software TrainerMicrocomputer Software Support Technician
Graduate Choice of Job Titles(Network Specialist)Network AnalystLAN ManagerWAN AnalystCabling SpecialistTechnology CoordinatorInternet CoordinatorIntranet CoordinatorHelp Desk Specialist
Graduate Follow-Up Study Classes
2002 Graduates 6-Month Study
1992 Graduates 10-Year Study
Overall Employment Rate - 2002
Microcomputer Specialist - CIS ProgramClass of 2002 GraduatesNumber of Graduates 39Number Available for Employment 33Employed Related (59%) 17NWTC Median Hourly Wage $13.44 WTCS Median Hourly Wage $14.38NWTC Median Annual Salary $28,512Average Weekly Work Hours 40.8# F-T Job Orders 7/1/01 to 6/30/02 13# P-T Job Orders 7/1/01 to 6/30/02 5
Network Specialist - CIS ProgramClass of 2002 GraduatesNumber of Graduates 23Number Available for Employment 23Employed Related (51%) 12NWTC Median Hourly Wage $14.47 WTCS Median Hourly Wage $?????NWTC Median Annual Salary $33,108Average Weekly Work Hours 44.0# F-T Job Orders 7/1/01 to 6/30/02 3# P-T Job Orders 7/1/01 to 6/30/02 3
Beginning Job Titles For 2002 Microcomputer Specialist - CIS Graduates1 - Account Specialist1 - Computer Operator1 - Customer Service Representative1 - Help Desk Specialist1 - Instructor2 - Microcomputer Analyst3 - Microcomputer Programmer1 - Network Technician6 - PC Support Technician
Beginning Job Titles For 2002 Network Specialist - CIS Graduates1 Computer Technician3 Network Administrator1 - Network Analyst3 - Network Technician5 - PC Support Technician
Microcomputer Specialist - CIS ProgramClass of 1992 Graduates 1992 2002
# Grads 23 23 # Available for Employment 23 16# Employed Related 18 13Median Hourly Salary $8.66 $22.31Avg Weekly Work Hours 39.3 41.9
Advanced Level Job Titles For 1992 Microcomputer Specialist - CIS Graduates1 - Systems Network Technician1 - Microcomputer Analyst1 - Network Administrator1 - Microcomputer Programmer1 - Microcomputer Analyst3 - PC Support Technician1 - Microcomputer Department Manager1 - Owner/Operator1 - Office Manager1 - Systems Engineer
Would Recommend This Program To OthersMicrocomputer Specialist - CIS GraduatesClass of 1992
Its Time To Play Jeopardy
The Category Is NWTC
NWTC for 1000
A five letter word for a NWTC graduate?
The Answer IsWhat is HIRED
Job Difficulties (not to mention)I have an intolerance to noise.I have trouble switching between tasks.Ineffective communication skills\need simplified explanation.I have an inability to handle interruptions - to jump to next job before the first job is done.I possess an impatient personality.I need perfection in things I think are important.I find full-time work too taxing.I need a structured job with well-defined limits.I absolutely hate details.I always underestimate the time it will take to do anything.I have problems taking directions.I cant react quickly and intensely to impulses.It is harder to process other peoples requests than my own because I have slower brain power. A rapid working brain uses a lot of energy and I dont have that.