The course is designed to sharpen skills necessary to succeed in
the workplace while providing an introduction to the College and
its resources. It is part of the ongoing Tri-C Access Center
initiative. The session begins March 17, 2021.
Earn college credit;
Identify and boost employable skills;
Get help with career planning, resumé writing and job searching;
Improve study, time management and problem-solving skills.
Instruction materials will be available online for self-paced
review, with morning and evening instructor-led sessions at
designated times during the week.
The Workforce Success course is open to the community and
offered in partnership with Tri-C Access Center hosts. The
course is offered at no cost to participants through scholarship
to register or learn more.
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 college experience into the
Partners include: Esperanza Inc.; The MetroHealth System;
Olivet Housing and Community
Development Corp., an arm of Olivet Institutional Baptist
Church; and Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority.