Careers and Education

Learn about the types of jobs, skills, and education levels the economy needs now so you can make an informed decision about college.

Career Assessments

Career assessments match your natural abilities and interests to possible career fields.  The more skilled you are in your field, the higher your earning potential so it's important to find something that suits you.

High school students can contact their high school career coach for career testing; BRCC students should contact Career Services.

Career Connections

BRCC faculty, staff, and high school career coaches work with area businesses to help high school students learn more about local industries and the wide range of jobs that are needed.

In Demand Local Jobs

Learn about local careers that don't require a 4-year degree in the InDemand videos produced by WHSV. Valley Career Hub is another resource for the local job market.  BRCC offers many program options that provide career training in two years or less.

InDemand Videos   Valley Career Hub   BRCC Programs

Career Connect

The Career Connect 2015 event focused on advanced manufacturing and offered high school juniors and seniors a first-hand look at job sites, with employers talking directly to students about skills and credentials needed for in-demand jobs.  Students also toured BRCC's campus and learned about the preparation and education needed for jobs in the new economy.