Skills for Success is a tuition-free program designed for individuals who need to improve their basic employability skills. The program includes instruction in job search skills, resume development and interviewing skills. There is an optional three-week class in computer skills for those who need to increase their technology proficiency. Participants learn about their individual strengths and weaknesses and how they can use them to find and keep a job. They also learn how to articulate their goals and experience in a way that is meaningful to employers.
Priority enrollment in the Skills for Success program is given to students in Heartland's GED® program, to individuals who receive financial assistance from the City of Bloomington Township or Department of Human Services, and to individuals who are referred to the program by the Bloomington Housing Authority. Other candidates will be allowed into the program as space is available.
For more information about Skills for Success please contact:
Sandy Hoffmann, Coordinator of Adult Education Student
Heartland Community College
Student Commons Building, 1000
1500 W. Raab Road
Normal, IL 61761
Email: Sandy Hoffmann