Choosing a Program

A satisfying career can be important to your happiness since it determines the people you work with every day, the amount of leisure time you may have, and your standard of living.

Finding Your Career Path

Good career planning begins with self-knowledge

This means knowledge about your own characteristics – your interests, values, abilities, skills, and personality.  What do you like to do?  You also need to know more about the careers that interest you.

  • Read about the career online or in publications available in OFTC’s Admissions Office, high school guidance offices, Department of Labor Job Centers, and public libraries.
  • Talk to a counselor or advisor at your school, Department of Labor Job Center, or Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC).
  • Talk to people in occupations that interest you.
  • Attend career fairs available in your community and at OFTC.
  • Visit OFTC’s Assessment Center for a career assessment using CareerScope, a computerized career planning software.

Talk with an admissions specialist

OFTC’s Admissions Office can help you find the career that is right for you. Day and evening appointments are available at both the North Campus in Sandersville by calling (478) 553-2064 and the South Campus in Dublin by calling (478) 274-7837.

Put Yourself on the Path

After you’ve learned more about yourself and some occupations that interest you, it’s time to set some goals. Come to OFTC and get on a path to achieve them.

Learn the skills you need to get where you want to go

Remember, the future is not predetermined and cannot be predicted with certainty, but it can be influenced by individual thought and action. So, visualize the possibilities, imagine what the future could be like, and set out to discover it!

Explore OFTC’s program areas

OFTC offers a wide variety of associate of applied science degrees, diplomas and technical certificates of credit.  View a complete list of programs by department.

What’s next…

Visit your local OFTC campus and discover the broad array of services — financial aid, career services, learning support, adult education and so much more — to help you expand your job opportunities and preparation.

OFTC has five convenient locations to serve you plus an array of online class opportunities.

Employers want workers who are trained and ready to work. A good education is within your reach and achievable.  ENROLL TODAY and see what OFTC is all about!