Workforce programs, like BFET and WorkFirst, provide financial support to help connect students with a path into a high-demand, high-wage career.
Workforce programs can help support:
- Students planning to transfer to a university
- Professional Technical certificates and degrees
- Job skills training—specific skills needed to gain employment
- Pre-college skills (diploma, GED®, basic skills, or ESL) to prepare for career training
Each program has different criteria and requirements, but SPSCC has tools and experts to help each student find funding that will put them solidly on the path to completion and employment.
SPSCC is an equal opportunity provider, please visit the USDA site for complete information or to file a complaint.