Community Student Support Services

KCC offers several resources for community members who may be struggling with job or career needs. These services often support non-credit workforce trainings or one-year career pathway certificates. Our goal is to get you back to work as soon as possible.
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Support Services Offered

Meet our staff

Herminia Ceron
I-BEST Career Facilitator
Jocelyn Amaya
STEPS Coordinator

SNAP Training & Education Program (STEP)

“I am so thankful to KCC for the scholarship and the opportunity given to me. My STEP coach and the ECE Advisor helped to put together my education plan for the Pathway Certificate. During the Spring Term 2018, I will be completing ECE Certificate. Thanks KCC for the opportunity that I was able to renew my teaching license and keep my current job”

-Veronica Valdez

Who we serve

SNAP recipients of all ages who are seeking a job or career education that will allow them to seek, or return to, work in less than one year.

Services available

  • Career coaching
  • GED/ESL
  • Academic skill building
  • Career pathways training
  • Internships / work experience
  • Connection to resources
  • Scholarships (for eligible participants)

Contact

Herminia Ceron
I-Best Career Facilitator

Work Skills Trade Center (Bldg 8) Room 838
Hours: Monday - Friday  9AM - 5PM
Phone: 541-880-2343
Email: ceron@klamathcc.edu

Support to Expecting & Parenting Students (STEPS)

Who we serve

Expecting or parenting students ages 16 to 24 new or current KCC students who need help in seeking, or continuing with, job or career education.

Services available

  • Career coaching
  • GED/ESL
  • Academic skill building
  • Career pathways training
  • Internships / work experience
  • KCC tuition, books, and fee support
  • Connection to resources
    • Emergency child care
    • Diapers
    • Formula
    • Cribs
    • Car seats

Contact

Jocelyn Amaya
STEPS coordinator

Work Skills Trade Center (Bldg 8) Room 838
Phone: 541-880-2381
Email: amayaj@klamathcc.edu

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Jobs

Family holding hands

Who we serve

TANF recipients of all ages who are seeking a job or career education that will allow them to seek, or return to, work in less than one year.

Services available

  • Career coaching
  • GED/ESL
  • Academic skill building
  • Career pathways training
  • Internships / work experience
  • Connection to resources
  • Scholarships (for eligible participants)

Contact

Reynda Scobee
Work Skills Trade Center (Bldg 8) Room 838
Hours: Monday - Friday  9AM - 5PM
Phone: 541-880-2343
Email: scobee@klamathcc.edu