Testing and Career Development Center
A Note from the Director...
Welcome to the Bainbridge College Testing and Career Development
Center. As a student at BC, you will be able to take advantage
of many of the services our office provides free of charge.
Whether you are looking for guidance in finding the right
major, career, or college, or need someone to assist you with
improving your personal skills or counsel you during a crisis,
we're here for you. We offer several resources, including
some on-line services, to assist you with your goals, and
free and confidential counseling for a variety of dilemmas
you may encounter while pursuing your education. If there
is anything we can do to help you make your visit at BC a
rewarding experience, please stop by the Library. Just remember, we're here for YOU!
- Passing score on Reading---61 or better, Passing Score on Writing---2 or better. Once you are signed in to Banner Web, go to Student and Financial Aid, click on Registration, and then click on Bainbridge College Student Information Page. Towards the bottom of that page you will be able to view your test scores. If you have questions or need assistance, please call 248-2579. We are not allowed to give test scores over the phone.
The Regents’ Test scores for Spring Semester 2010 have been posted to Banner Web.
Please follow these instructions to access them:
- Login to Banner Web
- Go to “Student Information/Financial Aid”
- Go to “Registration”
- Go to “Bainbridge College Student Information Page”
- Click “Submit” for term
- Scroll down to “Test Scores”
The minimum scores to pass the Regents’ Test are as follows:
Minimum score of 61 to pass the Reading
Minimum score of 2 to pass the Writing
University System of Georgia Jobtrak
The Georgia Hire System allows students and alumni of the University System of Georgia to deposit their resumes into a statewide database for review by employers. The Georgia Hire System links directly to Jobtrak which is housing the resumes for the University System. Once inside Jobtrak, students and alumni should follow the links to where they can register their resume(s). Employers should follow the links within Jobtrak to review Georgia Hire resumes.
Additionally, Georgia Hire allows employers to post job openings which Georgia students and alumni may find of interest. To post a job, contact Jobtrak at 1-800-999-8725 or enter the Georgia Hire System and follow the employer links to posting a job. Be sure to indicate to Jobtrak that you were referred through the Georgia Hire System so that we get the credit for the referral.
Also included within this website are links to career service offices within the State of Georgia.
The Regents Center for Learning Disorders
Regents' Test Dates & Information
- Saturday October 24 at 9:00 am
- Monday October 26 at 9:00 am
- Monday October 26 at 1:00 pm
- Tuesday October 27 at 1:00 pm
- Tuesday October 27 at 6:00 pm
- Wednesday October 28 at 9:00 am
- Wednesday October 28 at 1:00 pm
- Thursday October 29 at 1:00 pm
- Thursday October 29 at 6:00 pm
- Saturday October 31 at 9:00 am
Students must pre-register for this exam in the Career and Testing Center.
For more information about the Regents’ Test, including a list of essay questions and a practice reading test, please see http://www2.gsu.edu/~wwwrtp/index94.htm. In addition, our online workshop at http://fsweb.bainbridge.edu/tstrickland/regents.htm gives tips and strategies for passing the exams.
Admissions Testing Dates
The COMPASS and Asset tests are administered Monday through Wednesday between the hours of 8:00 am and 2:00 pm. As long as the student is in the Testing Center by 2:00 pm the test can be administered. Testing done after these hours will be by appointment only. Please call (229)248-2579 to make an appointment.
The Career Development area provides enrolled students and community members with comprehensive services. Career Planning Services
* provides instruction in systematic career decision making
* provides assistance in choosing academic majors complimentary to career plans
* provides assistance in selecting a transfer college, including scholarship information
* offers interest and ability inventories to help identify primary fields of interest
* provides instruction in goal setting, establishing priorities and the formulation of career strategies
* provides up-to-date information on labor market
- encyclopedia of careers and vocational guidance, occupational outlook handbook and occupational guidance briefs
- computerized occupational and educational information
- GCIS, Discover Programs
- literature about careers
- college directories
Are you unhappy in your present career? Do you want to know where your interests lie? Come in and take an inventory to learn more about yourself!
- Strong-Campbell Interest Inventory
- Kiersey Temperament Sorter
Provides assistance in:
- study skills
- reducing test anxiety and stress management
- developing assertiveness skills
- developing effective resumes
- interview skills
- completing job applications
- identifying skills and experience desirable to employers
Other Services Provided
- Physical & Learning Disabilities Liaison
- Serve as campus contact for faculty, staff and administration concerning Americans with Disabilities Act questions or concerns
- Assist students with documented disabilities (approved by Regents’ Center for Learning Disorders) in requesting modifications from faculty members
- Free and Confidential Individual and Group Therapy around the areas of:
- Family Issues
- Relationship Issues
- Anger Management
- In addition, we provide:
- Campus Tours
- Group Workshops
- Classroom Seminars