Workforce & Community
Dear Westchester Friends and Neighbors,
Welcome to SUNY Westchester Community College’s Division of Workforce Development and Community Education Spring 2023 Catalog. I invite you to consider taking care of your own mind, body, and spirit by enrolling in any one of our spring offerings.
Work and learning environments do not look the same today as they did several years ago. For some, returning to in-person work and learning has been re-energizing, while others have come to enjoy using virtual modalities to gather with colleagues and peers. That is why this spring, our offerings will include a combination of remote and in-person classes. We continue to offer a mix of career and work-related opportunities as well as options for your cultural and leisure-time enrichment. We continue to provide classes that fit your schedule day, evenings, and weekends. Whether in person or via Zoom, our experienced and professional instructors have prepared well to create stimulating experiences. All classes are clearly designated as remote or in-person.
With our focus on helping you explore a new career, upgrade your current portfolio, or prepare for certification in a new and growing field, we are certain you will find what you need here. Our classes can prepare you for a career in high-demand fields such as healthcare, information technology, or real estate. We also offer a wide variety of remote options for lifelong learning.
Explore history, crafts, and writing your memoirs-or learn guitar, piano, or acting. From learning a new language to preparing for your financial future, we have it all.
I encourage you to join other learners while taking time to build your skills or fill your spirit. Let SUNY Westchester Community College show you how.
Teresita B. Wisell
Vice-President, Workforce Development and Community Education