Workforce Readiness educates and trains adults through the development of the essential skills needed for securing and maintaining employment or furthering education. If you have received notification of a layoff, are currently unemployed, or qualify for the Federal Earned Income Tax credit, or are underemployed, you may be eligible to enroll in these classes that will help you with your job search and job-readiness skills at NO COST.
Students learn how to:
- Search for jobs
- Complete job applications
- Create resumes
- Practice interviewing
- Enhance strategies to achieve career goals
The Workforce Readiness Program can help students who are:
- Unemployed and underemployed adults
- Adults in transition
- Incumbent workers
- Fresh Start
- Career Readiness IT Essentials
- Focus Your Career
- Own Your Job - Stay Motivated
- Intro to Human Services: DSS Caseworker
All classes are not offered every semester. View the online schedule for up-to-date class information.
Do you want to gain the foundational skills that employers want? The National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) proves that you have the essential foundational skills for the workplace.
Workforce Readiness program offers classes in preparation for taking the National Career Readiness Certificate. Find out how to get started.
View our online class schedule to find classes that fit your needs (open Find Classes - Workforce Readiness section).