TMCC Re-Entry Center mission – to provide academic services and support that can help you improve your employability, self-esteem and life-skills so you can return to school—or pursue college or trade school—for the first time.
More information on services provided:
- Training to assist in seeking and retaining employment, including how to apply for employment, resume writing, interviewing skills, communication skills and conflict resolution.
- Assessment of work-related skills.
- Developing employment goals and a career plan.
- Referrals to programs for skills training and job placement.
- Access to computers, telephones and fax machines for job searching.
- Income support while the individual is training (subsidized by Pell Grants, other federal funds and scholarships).
- Referrals to appropriate agencies for substance abuse, personal counseling, financial planning, stress management workshops, legal assistance, child care and programs of secondary and post-secondary education (e.g., ESL).
Who they help –
- Displaced Homemakers
- Those leaving programs for recovery or treatment for drug or alcohol use disorder
- Individuals referred by Specialty Courts
- Individuals returning after a significant break in employment