• Earn college credit;
• Identify and
boost employable skills
Gain computer, internet and Microsoft Office skills
Get help with career planning, resumé writing and job searching
Improve study, time management and problem-solving skills
The seminar is open to the community. Visit
to register or learn more. Seating is limited.
Tri-C Access Centers debuted in 2019 to bring education and job
training to neighborhoods gripped by poverty. The sites open
doors to opportunity by bringing the community college
experience into the community.
MetroHealth plans to incorporate a Tri-C Access Center into its
for H.O.P.E. (Health, Opportunity, Partnership and Empowerment),
with an opening targeted for 2021.
Seed money for the College’s third Access Center was included in
a $1 million gift from MetroHealth last year.
Existing Tri-C Access Centers operate at
the University Hospitals Otis Moss Jr. Health Center
on the city’s east side and Esperanza on the west side.
Programs have begun at each site.