Career Resources

Our guidance team provides a comprehensive counseling and guidance program to help our students acquire lifelong learning and career skills. We help every student develop a proactive program designed to support their academic and career goals.

PCEC Career Connections Video Resources

Check out the Potter County Education Council's (PCEC) YouTube channel for Career Connections video resources.

Virtual Career Cafe Sessions

October’s Virtual Career Café session is now ready for viewing …”Careers Related to Sports Industry”.

There are plenty of tips for those students seeking a career in the sports industry. Please share the following Google Site with any students/teachers at your school who was unable to attend today.

Our next session is on Monday, November 13 at 11:00 a.m. for our theme “Tech Talk - Careers in Technology”.

Skylar Surra, principle animator at Riot Games, who currently works in the R&D space building prototypes for future game projects.
Because of his wide skillset, he often functions as the only animator supporting a project throughout the entirety of the prototype phase. Students who are interested in game design will get a rare opportunity to chat with someone locally in this industry.

Kaitlyn Goode, GIS (Geographic Information Systems) Consultant
For students seeking a career in the tech industry, this is a career option most people are not aware of. She will explain what a GIS consultant does, what industries they work for, and the education/training needed. She will also share her advice on creating a Interdisciplinary career path.

    Gaining a Career Advantage

    Career Zone

    Pennsylvania Career Zone is a proven career exploration and planning system designed for high school students. It is jam-packed with information about both technical and skills-based occupations as well as college and training programs. It provides goal setting and tracking capabilities and offers students online document storage to help them stay organized as they research and prepare for life after high school.

    Student Organizations

    We encourage students to participate in organizations that will boost their career skills and provide leadership opportunities—both important aspects of succeeding in the workplace. Learn more about the extracurricular opportunities we offer on our Student Organizations page.

    After Graduation

    Transferring CTC Content to Your Personal Gmail

    Open your CTC Gmail account.

    In the upper right, click on "Google." It is generally the button with your profile picture.

    Select Manage your Google content, then click "transfer."

    Follow these steps:

    1. Enter your personal Gmail account to have verification code sent, click "send code."
    2. Access your personal Gmail on a device, click "verify code."
    3. Select content to transfer, you are able to choose to transfer your CTC Google Drive and /or your CTC Gmail content. Select "start transfer."

    The transfer may take up to a week to be completed.

    Managing Your Website
    Disconnecting your website from the CTC account by following these steps: 

    1. Open your Google Sites Website in your personal google drive.
    2. Click “Publish” twice. This should rename your website with your personal Gmail account.
    3. Change permissions by clicking the “Share” button and selecting “Links Vary” at the bottom of the pop up window. Set these permissions to: DRAFT “Anyone with a link;” and SITE “Public.”