Career Planning

In Career Planning we focus on courses designed to help the unemployed and underemployed adult successfully enter the workforce with additional education and employability skills. These classes meet you where you are in life and take you where you want to be - confident, informed and successful. Classes range from Job Search strategies, Computer Basics to Hospitality Skills. 

In order to serve you better we are proud to announce a comprehensive career training course, Career Ready 101

This free to the public on-line skills building tool, which means you can do this from home, is offered through a collaboration with the Mountain Area Workforce Development Board.

Career Ready 101 is a new course that helps design itself based on your resources!  It is an integrated approach to exploring careers and their skill requirements, building workplace skills using KeyTrain®, and creating life-literacy with such skills as financial awareness and job searching.  Of course the program leads users to certification with WorkKeys® assessments and the NCRC.  It's a powerful way to build self-esteem, provide real credentials, and simply set students up for success.

The Career Ready 101 Program is a one-of-a-kind program designed to provide a more efficient and comprehensive experience for administrators, instructors, and students.
- Quickly design a course and build a course calendar
- Use self-paced lessons or extensive instructor-led documents
- Provide all aspects of career readiness training in one system...

Foundational skills using the WorkKeys® system
Vital life-skills such as financial literacy, career exploration, resume writing and interviewing skills
Soft skills such as customer service and work habits

For more information about Career Ready 101 just click here.


Those individuals enrolling in Human Resource Development (HRD) courses may be granted a waiver of registration fees if they meet one of the four criteria:

1. Are unemployed;

2. Have received notification of pending layoff;

3. Are working and are eligible for federal earned income tax credit;

4. Are working and earning wages at or below two hundred percent (200%) of the federal poverty guidelines. 


Check out our class schedule to get started.