In any economic climate, Waubonsee offers a variety of resources, services and educational programs to help you choose, prepare for and apply for jobs that are right for you.
If you’re trying to decide on the right career field to get into, Counseling is a great place to start. The Center offers many career planning tools such as career inventories and workshops.
If you’re looking for a job, chances are you could benefit from the resources offered by the Career Services Center. Here you’ll be able to locate job listings in your field and then get help with your cover letter, résumé and interviewing skills.
This department can help you move up in your career field or enter a new one quickly by providing short, highly-focused courses and programs in everything from computers to pharmacy technician.
Many of Community Education's lifelong learning classes deal with current issues and emerging trends, including ways to cope with the current economy.
If you are at least 16 years of age and not currently enrolled in school but looking to improve your life, Adult Education can help. We offer courses and programs that will help you improve your basic skills; prepare for the high school equivalency exam (GED); learn to speak, read, and write the English language; and obtain the basic skills needed to move to a new or better job or to higher education.
Gain job-specific skills and knowledge you need to enter the workforce in a variety of popular fields, including business, health care, and computers. Students can improve skills they already possess, enroll in a two-year AAS degree program, or earn a Certificate of Achievement in less time. Financial aid is available to students that qualify.
Earn credits transferrable to a four-year college or university. Individually tailored programs lead to an associate degree, including the AA, AS, AES , AFA, or AAT degree. Financial aid is available to students that qualify.
Call (630) 466-7900, ext. 2255 or e-mail for more information about Waubonsee's ongoing Brighter Futures initiative.