Career and Transfer Services are available to students interested in obtaining career information and exploring transfer options. We provide information, tools, and resources that students need to make informed decisions about their educational and career goals now and in the future. The Career and Transfer Center is located on the Fredericksburg Campus in the V. Earl Dickinson building (SP1) on the second floor.


Germanna’s new Work-Based Learning platform for connecting students and employers through experiential learning, work opportunities, and internships.

Current Germanna students can access GermannaWorks through their MyGCC account. 

Alumni, Employers, and Faculty please use the link provided to register.

Start exploring a career

  • Career advising
  • Career assessment and exploration
  • Job preparation

Start exploring Credit for Prior Learning

  • Credit by Exam
  • Advanced Placement
  • CLEP

Start an internship

  • Explore internship opportunities
  • Learn about experiential learning
  • Frequently asked questions

Start planning to transfer

  • Four-year school transfer guides
  • Transfer agreements
  • Transfer timelines and planning

Meet your Team

Heather Diritto, Coordinator of Career and Transfer Services

Heather Diritto, Coordinator of Career and Transfer Services

Becky Morris, Internship and Work-Study Counselor

Becky Morris, Internship and Work-Study Counselor

Tom Hanna, Work-Based Learning Advisor

Tom Hanna, Work-Based Learning Advisor

Matt Anthony, Credit for Prior Learning Advisor

Matt Anthony, Credit for Prior Learning Advisor


Amaya Bouy, Career and Transfer Assistant

Amaya Bouy, Career and Transfer Assistant

Kris Dahm, Career and Transfer Counselor

Kris Dahm, Career and Transfer Counselor


Contact Us

Career & Transfer Services


Dickinson building, room 228

Computers are available for applying to four-year schools, resume writing, and locating education programs nationwide. Workshops are held for Career and Transfer Services.

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