Community & Campus Partners

Hire an Eagle!

By collaborating with community & campus partners,
we can ensure our students are competitive & career ready!

Post a Job or Internship 

TCC FutureLink
The TCC Career Center's online career management system.  Employers can post jobs, internships, volunteer & job shadowing opportunities & more. 

Post a Job
Looking to hire talented employees? Post your job opportunities to Futurelink for TCC students and alumni to see. 

Post an Internship 
TCC interns work in a temporary position with an emphasis on education and experience. Interns range in age from young adults to those later in life who may be seeking new career skills. Internships can pave the way to employment opportunities, including part-time and full-time paid positions.

Supervising an intern requires employee time and talent. Benefits to hosting an intern include:

  • Access to students who are enthusiastic about learning
  • Chance to mold employees by helping them gain management experience
  • Company name recognition on TCC’s campus
  • Facilitated links between your business and TCC for potential research, teaching and recruitment opportunities
  • Increased number of students who stay in the community post-graduation
  • Opportunity to assess the capacities of a potential employee

Please review Employer Internship Program FAQ's .

To host an intern, please register and upload your internship in  

Questions? Contact the Career Center's Internship Program at (850) 201-9971 or 

NEW COVID-19 Policies for Work-based Learning .

It is very important that employers review
DOL Internship Test



Employer Handbook & Internship Guide

To learn more about our services & resources, download the TCC Career Center Employer Guide 2020.

Please review the Internship Program Employer Guide .

Invite an Eagle to Shadow

Post a Job Shadowing Opportunity
The EagleShadow Program is a process that connects students with
one-day shadowing opportunities for career exploration and a sneak peek into their future!

Due to COVID-19, we will be placing students into job shadowing opportunities throughout the fall 2020 semester. 
We will work with companies, individually, on the best day/time for both you and the student. 
Please post a one-day job shadowing opportunity for an Eagle in TCC FutureLink.

Why take an Eagle to Work?
Benefits for EagleShadow Hosts include:

  • Giving back: your advice as a professional is invaluable to students wishing to gain information about their future career field. Pay it forward by sharing insight of your industry with the next generation. 
  • Building your brand: the EagleShadow Program introduces students to your organization and its commitment to developing the future workforce. Then, once returning to campus, EagleShadow grads can act as a brand ambassador for your organization. 
  • Recruiting TCC talent: you may find your next star intern through the EagleShadow program! Student participants who have insider knowledge of your organization will be excited to apply for full-time or internship opportunities within your organization.  

We ask EagleShadow Hosts to have student participants shadow employees as they move throughout their normal responsibilities so they can get a true feel for a typical work day in the host’s organization.  

Important details for posting a job shadowing experience .

Hosts can choose which activities they would like the EagleShadow participant to experience such as:

  • Conduct informational interviews with a variety of employees
  • Participate in a guided tour of the facility
  • Attend meetings or company events/activities
  • Observe and ask questions while shadowing daily tasks
  • Participate during interactions with clients
  • Lunch with company staff
  • Learn about career/internship opportunities within the organization

Whatever activities are selected, we recommend communicating an engaging and exciting description, as you complete the host form. This is what our students will see as they decide which shadow opportunity to choose.  If you need help creating an appealing shadow description, please contact us at

You can also view a sample EagleShadow position description .

If you submitted an EagleShadow experience, you can view student applicant resumes in FutureLink.

For questions or additional information, contact or (850) 201-9970. 


“The students loved their visit today and raved that they learned so much from our doctors and staff. i can't wait to do it again!” -Megan Torres, Office Manager, Coast Dental

“No need to shadow a social worker!! I had a wonderful experience!!!!!! Officer Stephens was amazing! -Morgan Cox, EagleShadow participant, Florida Fish & Wildlife Commission

Request a Consultation

Our Employer Engagement team is eager to discuss your unique recruitment plan. We recommend building brand awareness and hiring strategies that include virtual sessions, hiring fairs, TCC FutureLink & targeted marketing.  Let’s chat via phone or Zoom.

To discuss best practices for recruiting employees, please email

Third Party Recruiters & Staffing Agencies

Third-party recruiters and staffing agencies may interview, attend Hiring Fairs, or list job vacancies in FutureLink for their clients, only if they disclose the identity of the client in the job posting.  If not disclosed, the Career Center reserves the right to decline any posting or request.

Temporary/Seasonal Positions

Employers must note in the posting that it is temporary/seasonal & how long you anticipate the position(s) lasting.  Also, these positions must meet the Florida Minimum Wage Rates.

Career Center Campus Partners (Faculty, Adjuncts & Staff)

To be an optimum Career Center, we need support from faculty, adjuncts, staff & friends of Tallahassee Community College, who share our promise to develop the career readiness skills of TCC students. Join us on our mission to inspire and support career development for all.

Meet the Career Center Team

Vanessa Chatman
Vanessa Chatman, Career Services & Internship Coordinator  

Request a Virtual (Zoom) Career Center Presentation (Workshop) 

The Career Center offers professional development workshops to enhance the "career ready" skills of TCC students. Request a *virtual (Zoom) workshop by emailing (subject Faculty Workshop Request)

  • Current Workshops:
  • Résumé Writing
  • Career Center Overview
  • Interview Skills and Dress for Success
  • Choosing A Major
  • Social Media and Your Job Search
  • Internship Program
  • How To Find A Job
  • Professional Networking and LinkedIN

Professional Development Videos
Here are a few informative videos to include in your course(s.)

1) Overview of Career Center

2) Social Media & Your Job Search 

3) Resumé Development

4) Fashion for Your Future 

5) Smart Professional Networking 

6) How to Find a Job 

Professional Development Handouts
Here are a few informative, brief resources to include in your course(s.)

Resume Development

Résumé Samples

  1. STEM Pathway Sample Resume
  2. SBSHS Pathway Sample Resume
  3. Public Safety Pathway Sample Resume
  4. Industry, MC Sample Pathway Resume
  5. Healthcare Pathway Sample Resume
  6. Education Pathway Sample Resume
  7. Business Pathway sample Resume
  8. AHCD Resume Sample

Interview Prep. & Hire Attire

Financial Literacy
The Career Services Team is committed to ensuring our students have financial freedom, so they can pursue the career field of their choice. Additional information on financial literacy can be found here.

TCC FutureLink
TCC's online career management system.  FutureLink houses part-time/full-time jobs, internships, job shadowing & volunteer opportunities and work study positions.  Students can also practice a virtual mock interview & receive feedback, visit the virtual professional development library & more.  Students visit

FutureLink Job Posting Guidelines 
For Employers:

For Students: 

EagleShadow Program

The Career Center's newest program, EagleShadow, allows students to get a one-day sneak peek into their future career field.  Additional information can be found here. 
Students who participated in a job shadowing experience:

  • Practiced their professional networking skills
  • Were better equipped to choose a major/career field, that is right for them
  • Landed internship/job opportunities (not every participant)
  • Kept in contact with their host, to utilize as a professional contact in the future

TCC Internship Program
Research by the National Association of College and Employers (NACE) indicates that applicants with internship experience enjoy a significant advantage in the percentage of full-time job offers received over their non-intern competitors. Graduates who completed an internship were 20% more likely to have a job at graduation. Encourage students to score some hands-on, real-world experience by completing the Internship Program Interest form in FutureLink. 

Career Readiness Resources for the Classroom
The Career Center offers resources to ensure TCC students are career ready.  Let the Career Center Team assist with incorporating a career readiness lesson into your course(s.)  

NACE (National Association of Colleges & Employers)

  • What is NACE?
    • Established in 1956, the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) is a professional association that connects over 9,600 college career services professionals; over 3,300 university relations and recruiting professionals; and over 300 business solution providers that serve this community.
    • NACE is the leading source of information on the employment of the college educated and forecasts hiring trends in the job market; identifies best practices and benchmarks; and tracks starting salaries, recruiting practices, and student outcomes.
  • NACE Faculty Guide 
  • NACE Guidelines for Internships
  • NACE Recruiting Policies 
  • Dept. of Labor Internship Criteria/Test

 Let the Career Center Team assist with incorporating a career readiness lesson into your course(s.)  

NACE Career Readiness Competencies  

NACE Defines Career Readiness, Identifies Key Competencies
The career readiness of college graduates is an important issue in higher education, in the labor market, and in the public arena. yet, up until now, "career readiness" has been undefined, making it difficult for leaders in higher education, workforce development, and public policy to work together effectively to ensure the career readiness of today's graduates.

The National Association of Colleges and Employers, through a task force of college career services and HR/staffing professionals, has developed a definition, based on extensive research among employers, and identified eight competencies associated with career readiness.

Definition of Career Readiness and Competencies
Career readiness is the attainment and demonstration of requisite competencies that broadly prepare college graduates for a successful transition into the workplace.

These competencies are:

  • Critical Thinking/Problem Solving
  • Oral/Written Communications
  • Teamwork/Collaboration
  • Digital Technology
  • Leadership
  • Professionalism/Work Ethic
  • Career Management
  • Global/Intercultural Fluency

Let the Career Center Team assist with incorporating a career readiness lesson into your course(s.)