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Fairmont Career & Learning Center


Mondays 8 AM – 12 PM
Tuesdays 9 AM – 1 PM
Wednesdays 9 AM – 1 PM
Thursdays 8 AM – 12 PM
Fridays 9 AM – 1 PM

Summer Hours

Mondays 9 AM – 1 PM
Tuesdays 9 AM – 1 PM
Wednesdays 9 AM – 1 PM


Additional times may be available by appointment.

Books and other reference materials must be checked out during the above posted hours.

The Career and Learning Center is located in Room 127.

Academic Improvement Plans (AIP)

Students who are on an Academic Improvement Plan and have questions, should contact Amy Anderton.


Tutoring is a key function of the Career and Learning Center. Contact Amy Anderton to schedule tutoring services. NetTutor provides 24-hour tutoring help to PC students. For more information about NetTutor visit your Moodle pages.


If you are taking an online course and need a test proctored, you are responsible for making an appointment with the Career and Learning Center by e-mailing Amy Anderton. Proctoring is available during operating hours.  Students must report to the Career and Learning Center at the time scheduled to take their test. A student may need to reschedule if he or she arrives significantly late for their test time.

Your instructor will provide the test information to the Career and Learning Center, including the dates the test is available.  The Career and Learning Center will not proctor a test outside the test availability time unless permission is granted from the instructor.

Proofreading/Writing Help

If you need help proofreading or working on the structure of a paper, you can contact  Amy Anderton. on the Fairmont Campus or  – Deb Schuelke or Michelle Lesnar  in the Main Campus Career and Learning Center.

Seeking Employment

To see job postings available to both students and soon-to-be graduates please visit the Career and Learning Center, room 127 on the Fairmont Campus. PC Fairmont Facebook page also includes area employment opportunities. Career and Leaning Center staff are available for editing resumes and cover letters and can assist with interview preparations.

If you have questions related to finding a job or you simply want to brush up on your job-hunting skills, check out the free workshops offered by the Minnesota Workforce Center.  Workshops include resume writing and the creative job search.  You can find an upcoming workshop schedule here.