Skip to content

Workforce Development Program

What are some topics studied in the Workforce Development Program?

  • Career Exploration – Let’s find out what interests you and what you are good at!
  • Employability Skills – Explore skills that are needed to be a great employee in today’s workforce.
  • Health Safety – Learn how to be safe and stay healthy in many work environments.
  • Communication Skills – Observe and practice listening, speaking and digital skills as well as how to be self-assertive at work.
  • Consumer Skills – Once you start making money in the workforce, learn how to use it wisely.

Program Benefits:

  • Career exploration to help students discover their own strengths & interests to match an individualized career path.
  • Each semester will be guided by the students’ interests and abilities.
  • Instruction on how to be a successful employee in today’s workforce.
  • Students will be able to earn industry certifications to give them a competitive advantage.
  • Individualized trainings tailored to student’s desired career path.

Who should apply?
11th or 12th grade students who fall into one of these categories:

  • A student who did not get an initial spot at FCCTC to excessive number of applicants.
  • A student who needs to focus on employability skills.
  • A student who wants some guidance with career exploration to find your interests and strengths.
  • A student who realizes that high school is coming to an end and just don’t know what to do after that.
  • A student who would like a career in an occupational area not offered at FCCTC.

Requirements & Goals:

  • Must be enrolling for 11th or 12th grade year.
  • Students MUST be able to provide by the students’ interests and abilities.
  • Students will be expected to job shadow, gain employment, earn industry certifications and/or participate in dual enrollment with a post-secondary education partner

Click this link to fill out the Workforce Development Program Application

If you have any questions, please contact Lori Stockman, Workforce Development Instructor at [email protected]