Eligibility and Courses
Minimum Eligibility Requirements
- You must be a woman in a stage of transition. Examples of transition include, but are not limited to, returning to the workforce, unemployed, divorced, widowed, seeking a career change or just feeling “stuck.”
- You must complete WIT registration paperwork.
- You must complete an individual registration appointment to determine your eligibility before the start of class.
The program is a no-cost, noncredit course offering:
- Personal Development ― Designed to offer guidance and support, we look at the issues related to self-confidence, motivation, effective communication, attitude, time management and personal responsibility. We concentrate on personal growth and development leading to empowerment.
- Career Exploration ― We will explore your interests, skills and values. What career is a good match for your personality? What are the fastest growing careers? What degree or certificate program is right for you? We will also help you prepare a good resume and hone your interview skills.
- Basic Computer (not offered in community programs) ― Learn about web searching, social media and email etiquette. We will also explore resume resources and improve your computer skills on various platforms.
- Scavenger Hunt ― Participate in activities designed to help you reflect upon your education and career goals.
WIT at Tri-C
WIT is offered as a six-week, noncredit course both in person and online. The next classes begin the week of January 22, 2024.
WIT in the Community
WIT is also offered as a five-week course at the Tri-C Access Centers, operated in partnership with Esperanza Inc., Olivet Housing and Development Corporation and the MetroHealth System. Other community partners include Rainbow Terrace, Laura's Home Women’s Crisis Center and the Hitchcock Center for Women.