|Title:||Director of College and Career Readiness Center
The Center has locations throughout the EWC service area and all classes are free to the public. Programs of study begin with a ‘Student Success’ course which includes testing, cognitive learning, PowerPath screenings, career explorations, and employ-ability/work readiness skills. Upon completion of this course, participants begin a program of study utilizing individual career pathways and curriculums aligned to the College and Career Readiness standards. Throughout the program, participants employ participatory learning strategies, participate in flipped classrooms, prepare for post-secondary education and/or workforce, learn the social capital skills necessary to become gainfully employed, and are offered the opportunity to participate in job shadowing, internships, and/or apprenticeships whenever possible.
Curriculums utilize evidence based research methodologies and individualized study plans for people from the age of 16 and beyond. Distance learning opportunities are also available through State approved platforms.
The Center offers tailor made Bridge programs, on demand, Professional Development courses for local employers, Transitions to College, Concurrent enrollments in postsecondary education, instruction in career pathways tracks, workforce literacy, English Language Acquisition, and high school equivalency preparation.
Enrollment in the program begins by contacting the local instructor as indicated below.
Monday: 9 am to 4:00 pm
Tuesday: 9 am to 5pm
Wednesday: 9 am to 6pm
Thursday: 9 am to 5pm
Friday: 9 am to 2:00 pm
Outreach hours vary from site to site. Contact information is available from each EWC outreach coordinator or on the EWC website.