The College and Career
Planning Center is located in the Wallace Administration
Building in Rooms 100 and 102. Its purpose is to assist
students in selecting career fields in order to become
productive participants in the workforce.
The College and Career Planning Center
is designed to increase the retention rate of students enrolled
in college by providing career advising services; it also
works to reduce the dropout rate in the high schools. Another
goal is to build closer ties with business and industry and
enroll more students in areas identified as critical needs such as
industrial systems technology, welding, and electrical.
The Center Director is Sherry Whitten.
Two Career Coaches, Whitney Clark and Debby Wooten, go into
high schools to present career information and assist students
with setting career goals. They serve the secondary schools in
DeKalb County, Jackson County, Fort Payne City, and Scottsboro
Transfer Advisor Jessica Blalock
is also located in the Center. She advises NACC students about
university transfer, two-year allied health program transfer,
and scholarships. For more information about
transfer counseling, see the
Whitney Clark and Debby Wooten (above)
For information about testing for Nursing Program Admissions, go
to TEAS V®.
See also the