Career Services

Career Services is part of Student Success: Advising, Career & Transfer and is located in the Enrollment Services Center (room 101). We are a team of professional staff advisors and career professionals. Whether it's helping you determine your academic degree program (sometimes called a major), your future career path, or editing your resume and assisting you with your job search, we are here to help you!

Visit us for:

  • Career exploration
  • Creating and editing your resume
  • Searching for jobs and internships
  • Practicing your interview skills
  • Taking a career assessment 


Current students and alumni can make individual appointments to fit their schedule. You can schedule an appointment for 30 minutes or up to 1 hour with an advisor or career professional.


In-Person, Phone and Online Video Chat Appointments are available. To schedule an appointment , choose a career professional you'd like to work with, and sign up for a day/time that works for you.

If you are an alum and no longer have myTC3 access, please email 快播视频 or call 607.844.8222 extension 4521 to schedule your appointment.


Handshake is a widely-used career recruiting platform that connects TC3 students to employers, job opportunities, and career resources. Find jobs, internships, apprenticeships, career events, interview sign-ups, on-campus recruiting opportunities, and more. 

Handshake is available to all 快播视频 Cortland Community College students and alumni. Sign up today with your TC3 email address at . 

Questions about Handshake can be sent to Carrie Whitmore, Director of Continuing Education & Workforce Development, at

Handshake Student User Guide (pdf)
Student Handshake Recruiting Policies (pdf)

Career Team Members here to Assist You:

Hal Pietros-Brown
Coordinator of Career Development 
Professional Student Success Advisor

Call Us: Our office phone number is 607.844.8222 Ext. 4521. Leave a message and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

Career Center Resources

You are invited to use our office resources! We have: