TMCC Educational Partnership Programs (formerly Re-entry Center) provides advocacy and support that can help you improve your employability, self-esteem and life-skills to successfully complete your educational and employment goals.
Through assessment of work-related skills, development of employment goals and a career plan, TMCC Educational Partnership Programs offer targeted support you need to get on track to your professional goals. Our programs serve students with barriers to education and/or employment.
Educational Partnership Programs Include:
- Displaced Homemakers
- Individuals Currently or Formerly Involved in the Justice System
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Recipients
- ARISE Program
- Perkins Student Support Program
Programs and Services
If eligible, you may receive help in the following areas:
- Assessment of work-related skills.
- Developing employment goals and a career plan.
- Referrals to programs for skills training and job placement.
- Training to assist in seeking and retaining employment, including how to apply for employment, resume writing, interviewing skills, communication skills and conflict resolution.
- 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).
- Access to computers, telephones and fax machines for job searching and school work.
- Income support while the individual is training (subsidized by Pell Grants, other federal funds and scholarships).