Adult Education and Work-Readiness Services
The YWCA's Workforce Development program offers comprehensive services for those looking for assistance with improving their general literacy skills, earning their GED, and preparing for COMPASS, WorkKeys (NCRC) or other educational assessments. Class schedules are structured so students receive optimal personalized instruction. Students are assigned to classes according to their skill in each subject matter. Additionally, tutoring is available for those in need of extra assistance or who have not achieved a literacy level sufficient to benefit from larger group instruction.
Literacy services offered by the program include:
The YWCA's Workforce Development program work readiness services helps individuals develop the skills necessary to achieve economic self-sufficiency. Our clients face many barriers, including domestic violence, lack of child care, lack of family/social support, lack of work skills, lack of positive work ethics, and lack of knowledge of effective job-search techniques. The YWCA's program works to remove these barriers by providing the practical instruction needed to become a viable member of the workforce.
Work-Readiness services offered by the program include:
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