The Office of Career Services at Hamilton Technical College empowers students to reflect on their talents and experiences, explore their career options and achieve their career goals. We are committed to empowering students to enter the competitive and evolving global arena with confidence and competence.
By working directly with students and collaborating with a broad array of partners, communities, and networks, our team facilitates programs, activities, and services that enable students to take ownership of their career decisions and lead meaningful professional lives. We utilize a student-centered approach and make choices that are deeply rooted in the best interest of students to support them in their pursuit of significant professional opportunities and relationships.
We are pleased to welcome you to our website, which features all the vital resources and essential information students need to succeed in today’s increasingly competitive job market.
Through our website, employers can keep their company and contact information current, manage their job postings, search for perfect candidates, register for career fairs and manage their on-campus recruiting schedule.
To contact Career Services, please click to email Nina Kyler, Director of Career Services
Through training students and working with industry leaders, we’ve learned what it takes to help our graduates succeed. If you succeed, Hamilton Tech succeeds. Our Program Advisory Committee meets twice each year and is made up of local business and human resource professionals who review the curriculum, discuss current hiring trends, employment needs, and partnership opportunities. It's connections like these that facilitate the future success of Hamilton Tech graduates: employers know us, know our students, and understand the value of the training that Hamilton Tech provides.
Both part-time and full-time placement assistance is available to students.
EMPLOYMENT IS NOT GUARANTEED BY THE SCHOOL. For more information about our graduation rates, the median loan debt of students who have completed the program, and other important information, please visit our consumer information page here: