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the 2018-2019 course catalog.
Thank you for your interest in the Wayne County Schools Career Center! We are pleased that you are exploring all the career and educational opportunities we offer and look forward to assisting you in the process. With Adult & Community Education at WCSCC you can:
- Change careers or develop new skills! Acquire the confidence, expertise, and professionalism necessary to excel.
- Stay ahead of the competition! Earn critical business & industry certifications, credentials, and required licenses.
- Get the attention you deserve! Instructors provide individualized assistance and coaching needed to achieve personal success.
Career Evaluation & Counseling
Do you ever feel like you could do anything if you only knew what you wanted to "be"? What career direction would be the best fit for your skills and interests? Do you want to know what major to take in college so you don't waste valuable dollars?
Discover your top career interest areas and identify your best career options based on labor markets statistic, your current skills, personality traits, and interests. Costs vary depending on assessment package selected.
Call 330-669-7073 or email Katie Wiggam for individual counseling and assessments available.
Assessments For Enrollment
Students entering a full-time career training program are required to complete and pass entrance assesments. By achieving passing scores students will be prepared for success when they enroll. There are resources available to help students study and prepare for the assessments. Click the links below for more informaion.
The National Career Readiness Certificate: Assuring job readiness through basic skill attainment.
The National Career Readiness Certificate is based on passing ACT’s WorkKeys® basic skills assessments in the areas of reading, locating information and mathematics. ACT has generated a database with occupational scores based on job profiling which can then be matched to an individual’s National Career Readiness Certificate scores. The certificates are awarded in three categories:
Bronze Level signifies an individual has scored at least a Level 3 in each of the three core areas (Reading for Information, Applied Mathematics, and Locating Information) and has the necessary foundational skills for 35 percent of the jobs in the WorkKeys database.
Silver Level signifies an individual has scored at least a Level 4 in each of the three core areas and has the necessary foundational skills for 65 percent of the jobs in the WorkKeys database.
Gold Level signifies an individual has scored at least a Level 5 in each of the three core areas and has the necessary foundation skills for 90 percent of the jobs in the WorkKeys database.
Level scores can be used by employers for selection, promotion, or other individual high-stakes purposes. The scores are designed to be used with the WorkKeys job profiling process for employee selection and promotion decisions and to compare to occupational profiles available on ACT’s website.
Adult Education Office Hours
The Adult Education office is open Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.