Surry Community College is committed to serving our businesses and citizens of the community. We help facilitate a connection between employers and employees, whether it is in job placement through Career Services, bringing people together at community events, and providing our facilities for community and business use.
- Career Services
Our Career Services department provides resources to assessment tools, occupational information, and statistics that may help you explore careers. Our services include:
- Self Awareness
- Occupational Exploration
- Professional Development
Contact our Career Services department for additional information.
- Cosmetology Salon
All cosmetology services are performed by students currently enrolled in the cosmetology program at Surry Community College. The salon is located at the Dobson campus of Surry Community College on the lower level of the “H” building in room H-128. Patrons should park in the parking lot located behind the “H” building or in the spaces provided next to the salon.
For more information visit Salon Services or call 336-386-3383.
- Facility Rental
Surry Community College welcomes other organizations (not directly affiliated with the college) to use campus facilities for their meetings or activities when their work is compatible with, or supplementary to, the educational and local economic purposes of the college. Charges or fees may be assessed dependent on the activity.
Through our services and programs, we can help maximize success in creating "career savvy" job candidates. Our career services include:
- Job Seeking Skills
- Resume and Cover Letter Assistance
- Mock Interviews
- Interview Skills
- JobsConnect Pathway
- Job Search Assistance
- Work-Based Learning Opportunities
- Job Seeking Skills
- Knights Grill
The Knights Grill is located on our main campus and is open to the public.
Knights' Grill's Hours of Operation
Fall & Spring Semester:
- NC Viticulture and Enology Center
The Shelton-Badgett NC Center for Viticulture and Enology (SBVE) serves the grape and wine industry, not only in North Carolina, but the entire Southeast by providing workforce training and industry support.