Out of work...not out of options.

With the national unemployment rate over 9%, the new Career Development and Transition Services at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) are reaching out to residents in Euclid and surrounding suburbs impacted by the economic recession.  We provide enhanced support services to the unemployed or underemployed community members across Cuyahoga County. These much-needed services assist individuals with career planning and job coaching; skills and interests assessments; education planning to support retraining; appropriate academic and technical training programs; and job search preparation.

Since the program’s inception in January 2010, Tri-C’s Career Development and Transition Services department has served over 1500 job seekers.  We welcome you to join us at the Euclid Public Library located at E. 222nd St. as we launch our Winter 2011 Job Search Preparation Workshop Series offered every Thursday from 1:00pm - 4:00pm in the Shore Room for the following topics:  Resumes that Get Results (January 13), Develop Your Job Search Plan (January 20), Networking…Get with it! (January 27) and Ace the Interview (February 3).  To register for any or all of these workshops please call 216.261.5300 extension 0.

Our team of highly trained professionals who serve as facilitators and career specialists for the Career Development and Transition Services include members with extensive business experience in Human Resources Management, Training & Development and Staffing & Recruiting.  The proven collective expertise of all involved ensures that those served have access to the highest level of support in the areas of Career Development and Job Search Preparation. 

Tri-C is a member of the nationwide Walmart Brighter Futures Project. Our job search preparation services are being funded by generous grants from the Cleveland Foundation and The Walmart Foundation.  As a result, these career services are offered to community members in Northeast Ohio at no cost...free of charge. For more information or to make an appointment with a job coach, call 866-933-5180. 

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Volume 2, Issue 1, Posted 4:48 PM, 03.20.2011