The College & Career Center hosts college visits, discussion groups, presentations and is often used for small group workshops on the college admissions process, resume writing and performing a college search. Students can work with Naviance, a software program offering a wide range of college search tools, career assessments and admissions data based on Hunterdon Central alumni. The Center also contains a diverse selection of books and manuals for student use and check-out, including current college viewbooks and admission profiles.
College and career programs are held throughout the year to assist students and families with the planning process. Several evening programs have been developed for parents/guardians that present information specifically related to college admissions. Most of these programs are also taped, shown on HCTV and posted on the website.
The College & Career Center is located in Room 801 on the 11/12 campus. To schedule an appointment with the College & Career Counselor, please email Jennifer Nuechterlein at:email@example.com or call (908) 284-7146.
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Raritan Valley Community College announces Spring 2021 Perkins Grant Career Awareness Events. Students and parents can join virtual sessions for presentations on topics such as education pathways, income expectations, career outlook, job possibilities, and "a day in the life". Presenters will share demonstrations, classroom tours, and answer questions from students, parents, and educators. To view a list of the virtual sessions, and to access zoom meeting links for each session, please go to RVCC Career Awareness Events
Counseling Services is proud to release a Class of 2022 Video Library that provides more in-depth information on key aspects of the college planning process. Keep reading for more information and links.
Our Virtual Early College Planning Night for Freshman and Sophomore Parents will take place on Thursday, November 19, at 6:30 PM.
Topics will include how to create a college planning timeline for 9th and 10th grade students, standardized testing, building a college list, building a personal portfolio of activities and accomplishments, four-year academic planning, and college programming offered at Hunterdon Central.
ave the Date & Time ... Virtual College Planning Night for Senior Students & Parents
Hunterdon Central's Counseling Services Department will host our annual Senior College Planning Night at 6:30 PM on Thursday, September 24. Please use this link to access the webinar:
Don't miss this important meeting - a number of topics will be discussed, including a review of our college admissions process and current trends in college admissions.