Career Center

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First Destination Survey

The First Destination Survey (FDS) collects information on the post-graduation outcomes of GCSU graduates within six months of graduation.  Using standards outlined by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), the Career Center gathers the following post-graduation outcomes: 

  • Types of employment.
  • Continuing education.
  • Still seeking either employment or further education.
  • Starting salary for those employed full time.

Learn more information about this national initiative here.

Class of 2023, Complete the Survey Here!  


What will you do with your Georgia College degree?

Georgia College believes that career planning is a lifelong process and desires for all graduates to secure fulfilling careers post-graduation. The Career Center provides students opportunities to engage in career development activities during their time at GC so that they are prepared for internships as well as transitions to a career or to graduate / professional school.  Throughout their four years at GC, students can access the Career Center through individualized appointments, career fairs, meet-ups and workshops, class and student organization presentations, campus interviews, and much more.  

Career Center - Top Employers Graphic 2022

Visit our Got Hired or Got Accepted pages to see our GC Going Places campaign and find information on what Georgia College Graduates are doing after graduation!

colleges of distinction

Georgia College & State University has been awarded the Colleges of Distinction honor for the second year in a row.  The Career Center's efforts in intentional programming and student-centered staff resulted in the Career Development portion of this award.  Click the link below to learn more about this honor.

The Career Development Colleges of Distinction 2022-2023

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