- Average GPA is 2.97
- 65-80% graduation rate
- 100% earn a Workplace Credential
- Average Time to graduation: 2.5 years
The program is a Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) youth funded program, administered through the Northwest Regional Workforce Investment Board (NRWIB) .Candidates are required to submit an application and supporting documents, and to interview with NCCC and NRWIB directors. The program is competitive, open to any youth interested in attending NCCC. Only fully matriculated NCCC students will be considered.
Steps to Applying
Step 1: The Application – Complete the application “Workforce Connection Objective Assessment Summary” which is available here, and return to:
Susan Dichter, Program Director
Northwestern CT Community College
Academic Success Center
Park Place East
Winsted, CT 06098
Deadline for submitting the application is June 1, 2018. It is strongly encouraged to submit your application before this date, as the program is competitive, and applications are reviewed on a rolling, first-come, first-served basis.
Step 2: Become a College Student – Complete all the steps necessary to be a fully matriculated NCCC student.
Step 3: Supporting Documents – In order to determine WIOA eligibility for the program, supporting documents are required. We will call you in for an initial interview, and to collect all the WIOA required documents. Have the following documents ready:
- High school transcripts
- One letter of recommendation
- Drivers license, Permit, or CT ID
- Social Security card
- Birth Certificate
- Green Card
- Most recent pay stub
Step 4: Determine Eligibility – You will be called in for a second interview, to determine if you meet the federal WIOA guidelines for eligibility. Only complete application packets will be considered. Those candidates determined to be eligible will be forwarded to a final applicant pool. You will be notified in early July as to whether you have been selected to join Team Success Scholars.
Step 5: Joining Us – If you are selected to join Team Success Scholars, the first event you will attend is our Fall ’18 Leadership Retreat, scheduled for late August 2018. This is an overnight camping adventure, packed full with adventure and fun. NCCC classes start the following week. Hope to see you there!
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For more information on becoming an Northwestern Connecticut Community College Scholar, please contact Susan Dichter, Program Director, at: 860.738.6335.