Worker Retraining Advisory Committee

The Worker Retraining Program is a state-funded program designed to help remove barriers and provide eligible unemployed or underemployed students with access to education and skills training opportunities that provide them with the ability to re-enter the workforce.

Students who qualify for the Worker Retraining Program may be eligible to receive:

  • Assistance with tuition, books and mandatory fees (pending the availability of funds)
  • Educational advising and personal support
  • Funding to help with completion when unemployment benefits are exhausted

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Next Advisory Committee Meeting

March 2019 - Final date TBD

Worker Retraining supported 76 students in completing their goals at Clark College in 2017-2018.

Completions include High School Diplomas, Certificates, and 58 Associate Degrees.


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Student Successes

Kathleen Belisle                                                                 

Started the Worker Retraining Program in 2014

Graduating with a Bachelors in Applied Science in Applied Management with a 4.0 GPA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIndsey Lockwood

Started the Worker Retraining Program in 2014

Graduated from the Nursing program in Spring 2018

Kathleen Belisle

Lindsey Lockwood

Committee Information

Committee Chair: Vacant
Committee
Vice Chair: Vacant

If you are a committee member and would like a copy of the member roster, please contact the advisory committee coordinator at advisorycoordinator@clark.edu