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Career & Academic Planning

​​​Whether students are pursuing an advanced degree or jump starting a meaningful career, the Career and Academic Planning (CAP) Center acts as a single point of service to assist them in achieving their goals. Schedule an appointment​.

​Career Planning

Students ready to enter the job market can learn the art of resume writing as well as the dos and don'ts of interviewing with the help of a career counselor. Whether students are beginning the job hunt or dressing for success, the CAP Center helps those of all experience levels brush up on their employment-seeking skills.

  • Exploration

    Research the employment outlook, educational requirements and entry-level qualifications to 
    make an informed career choice.
  • One-on-One Counseling

    Meet individually with a career counselor to address any job-related issues or concerns. All sessions 
    are available through individual appointments.

  • Job Search Techniques  

    Draft an enticing resume, hone interviewing skills or begin the job hunt with free workshops 
    throughout the year.

  • Career Resource Fair

    Attend a bi-annual job fair hosted on campus sponsored by the Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders and Gloucester County Workforce Investment Board.


Academic Planning

Students who will attend a four-year university can facilitate the transfer process through a number of CAP Center resources.

  • New Jersey Transfer Agreement

    The New Jersey state legislature passed the Statewide Transfer Agreement to ensure the transfer of academic credits between two-year community colleges and four-year senior public institutions. To 
    learn more, view the Transfer Research webpage.

  • University Offices

    Representatives from the College's four-year university partners advise students conveniently on the RCGC campus.

  • Instant Decision Day

    Representatives from universities located throughout the tri-state area meet prospective graduates 
    on a one-on-one basis, with qualified students receiving on-the-spot admissions. This is an annual, 
    invitation-only event held in February. Students who file a Graduation Petition are eligible to participate.

  • Transfer Fair

    This bi-annual event brings a significant number of four-year university admissions and recruitment 
    personnel on campus so ​transfer students can learn more about their bachelor's degree options.