Displaced Homeworkers/Project Transition
Displaced Homemaker Retraining
Over the past 25 years, Project Transition has helped more than 8,000 Displaced Homemakers gain marketable skills.
Project Transition at Westchester Community College has been a leader since 1987 in helping Displaced Homemakers from Westchester and Putnam counties to enter or re-enter the paid workforce.
Computer Training Program
Space is Limited.
for a class that starts
January 13, 2014
and ends on
February 7, 2014
at the Valhalla Main Campus
Click here for more information
The program provides services to displaced homemakers. Displaced Homemakers are individuals who are
- Have a Disabled Spouse
- Have an Unemployed Spouse
Project Transition provides…
- Computer software training
- Career decision counseling
- Work readiness coaching
- Job search and placement services
- Extensive information and referral services
Marika Scotti at 914-606-6825 or email at Marika.Scotti@sunywcc.edu
Training programs include…
- Intensive computer classes from 60-80 hours over 6-8 weeks
- Supportive classroom instruction
- Computer lab time
- Lab techs to help students practice their skills
- 18-20 hours of career strategies workshops, including job search
Courses are offered free for those who meet both our eligibility requirements as well as prerequisites for training programs.
Funding provided by the NYS Department of Labor, Workforce WIA, and the Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance.
Westchester Community College is sponsored locally by the County of Westchester, affiliated with the State University of New York.
Dislocated Worker Retraining
Are you unemployed? You may qualify to take free computer and business classes at Westchester Community College to gain marketable skills to re-enter today’s workforce. Call the Westchester County Office of Employment and Training at 914-995-3910 for eligibility information. Tell them you are interested in taking courses at Westchester Community College.