Workforce Development and Community Re-Entry
This 13 credit program provides incarcerated students with the skills needed to effectively transition from incarceration to the community. Courses focus on job readiness, job preparation, and job retention skills as well as family reunification, personal and social skill development, and substance abuse education. The program includes a Certificate of Completion in Workforce Development and Community Re-Entry and combined with restricted electives and general education requirements provide students the opportunity to earn an Associates of Applied Science in Workforce Development and Community Re-Entry.
All classes associated with this program are taken via distance learning in a print-based format, thereby affording the opportunity for incarcerated students nationwide to participate.