Free tuition for those who qualify!
The Success Corps Scholars Program is designed to help eligible youth get trained for a job that leads to a meaningful career and help them find a job.
Training programs are available in:
- Emergency Medical Technician (16-week program)
- Medical Coding (16-week program)
- Medical Assisting (32-week program)
- Computer Diagnostics & CompTia A+ Certification Preparation (16-week program)
- Computer Networking & CompTia Network+ Certification Preparation (16-week program)
- Digital Forensics and CompTia +Security Certification Preparation (16-week program)
- Google IT Support Professional Certificate (16-24 week)
- Career technical training
- Dedicated personal and career counselor
- Dedicated employment counselor
- Free tuition for those who qualify for the program
- Laptop and wifi provided, if needed
- Transportation assistance
- Access to resources and services to assist in your transition into the workforce
Applicants to the program must meet the following eligibility requirements:
- Not currently enrolled at LCCC
- Meet the college’s existing admission standards
- 16-24 years old
- Low income
- Barriers to education and employment- such as having an IEP in high school, low income
*Please contact us to discuss the full list of eligibility.
For more information, please contact:
Nakia Okafor Roundtree
Call or text: 440-508-6688
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