Career Center

Eric Cedars, Director of the PCC Career Center

Career Centers offer a more convenient, efficient and effective way for people to look for a new or better job. By offering a wide range of service options from self-service to full-service, Career Centers offer comprehensive training and employment services to the community.

Pamlico Community College is host to the Pamlico County Career Center in Bayboro in a facility also housing offices for Vocational Rehabilitation and other agencies providing human services. The Career Center also can assist with obtaining financial aid for community college training. To learn more about services offered in Pamlico County, contact Eric Cedars, 252-745-9931 or 745-9934,

Job Leads for May 10, 2016

Assistance for Dislocated Workers and Low Income Adults

The Career Center is currently recruiting students that need financial assistance for training. Candidates should be full time curriculum students. (Already attending full time or planning to be full time.)

Candidates who have already been enrolled should have at least a 2.5 gpa. Assistance is available based on the family income of the student. (Those receiving Food Stamps will receive first priority).

Students receiving Pell Grant funds or other types of financial aid are also eligible for this assistance.

For details, click here.

There are also other agencies with assistance available based upon qualifications. Examples are Coastal Community Action and Vocational Rehabilitation.

All of these programs offer educational assistance. Anyone interested should contact Career Center staff as soon as possible. Most of these programs have a lengthy application/testing process and cannot be completed during college registration. Early birds get the worms!!!

Potential candidates for this assistance should contact Eric Cedars at the Pamlico Career Center, 252-745-9931, ASAP.

Career Center Registration for Free Services

The Career Center Management Information System allows customers to register for our FREE employment and training services over the Internet at the Career Center or from another location.

Statewide, one can log onto to learn about other opportunities for assistance in searching for jobs.