TMCC

Adult Basic Education

College and Career Transition Program

Supporting ABE Student Success

We are here to help you succeed! Upon completion of one of TMCC's Adult Basic Education programs—such as the high school equivalency preparation or ESL coursework—gain assistance with your long-term goals, whether it's attaining your college education, career training or rewarding employment. ABE’s College and Career Transition Program is here to serve you.

How can we assist you?

Choose from these resources:

  • Academic advising, educational planning and finding funds to pay for college
  • Career counseling, job search and job preparation
  • Valuable workshops on topics such as finding the money to pay for college, writing a resume and developing your computer skills
  • Experience College, an event where ABE students attend college for one evening
  • Weekly email filled with resources you can use
  • The Success Network group, where you can help other students succeed

Stay Informed

Join the TMCC ABE Opportunities Listserv to be informed of news and issues concerning early childhood education.

College and Career Transition Classes

This course is free to ABE students. To register, contact us.

CTC 101 – College and Career Transition

Better adjust to the college environment by developing your academic, personal and study skills to ensure your educational success. In addition, explore careers and their skill requirements, prepare for jobs and the search process, and build workplace skills. Class will be held Mondays through Thursdays, 9 to 11 a.m. or 7:15 to 9 p.m.

Resources

College and Training

Employment

Community Agencies

College News

National Accreditation for EMS

The Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic Program has been awarded accreditation by the CAAHEP.

Six-Week 3-D Printing Certificate

The general public can explore 3-D technology in this accelerated WDCE class.

Calendar of Events

College Closed for Labor Day Holiday

Monday, September 1
All TMCC Locations

SGA Introduction Pep Rally

Tuesday, September 2
Student Center, Dandini Campus