LCCC Career Services hosts Summer Transitions Networking
Lorain County Community College’s Career Services offers free
Transitions networking meetings for area professionals from
7-8:30 p.m. the second and fourth Monday of each month in room
118 in Spitzer Conference Center. Transitions meetings feature
short seminars on topics relevant to a successful job search,
the sharing of job leads and support and networking.
The next meetings include:
July 9, 2018: Self-Assessment and Your Job Search – Finding Your
July 23: Professional Organizations – A Great Resource for Job
August 13: Getting Your Pre-Employment Ducks in a Row –
Background Checks and References;
August 27: How to Demonstrating your Personal Value to an
Business casual attire is recommended. To register for this
session or for more information about Transitions, call (440)
366-4076. Registrations can also be made at
Lorain County Community College is located at
1005 N. Abbe Road, Elyria, Ohio.
LCCC hosts “Maps & Apps” marketing event
Lorain County Community College’s Small Business Development
will host a free “Maps & Apps: Mobil Media Marketing”
presentation from 4-7 p.m. July 19, 2018 at the Wellington
Guests will learn how to gain control of their online presence
and see how consumers:
Find a business online;
View a business on mobile devices;
Use social media to access content, as well as to post
comments, photos, videos, reviews and location-based
Utilize apps and GPS devices to find and navigate to a
Access the latest apps.
Guests should bring a mobile device with them.
For more information, contact the Small Business Development
Center at (440) 366-4370 or
email@example.com. Register at
LCCC Wellington Center is located at
Lorain County Community College offers Google’s IT Support
Lorain County Community College
will offer Google’s IT Support Professional Certificate,
a flexible online program that quickly trains students for in
demand jobs available in Northeast Ohio and across the country.
The program is organized by Google’s economic opportunity
division, Grow with Google, and JFF, a national workforce
development leader. LCCC is one of only five community colleges
in Ohio announced as participating in the program.
Google’s IT Support Professional Certificate aims to train
students with no prior experience to be IT support
professionals. Delivered through the online learning platform
Coursera, the self-paced program includes five mandatory courses
and one optional course and may be completed in approximately
“Flexibility is important to our students. By offering this
program from Google and JFF, we are able to meet the needs of
our students while providing training in the high demand field
of IT support. This is a wonderful example of how, as a
community college, we can quickly adapt our programs to meet
changing industry needs and play a pivotal role in creating
tomorrow’s workforce,” LCCC President Marcia J. Ballinger,
The program is designed to give students the training and
experience they need to find employment in a tech support
position. Students who successfully complete the program have a
direct connection to companies by choosing to have their
information delivered directly to employers who are hiring. In
the Northeast Ohio region, there were more than 5,000 people
employed in IT support positions over the past year.
Additionally, the number of IT support jobs in the region is
expected to increase over the next five years, according to EMSI
labor market analysis. Individuals who earn the IT Support
Professional Certificate will be well positioned to compete for
entry-level positions in the field. LCCC’s commitment to
create pathways from the certificate to a degree will allow
graduates to grow in their field and increase their earnings.
The program will be available during the 2018-2019 academic year
with a rolling admission throughout the year. Financial aid and
scholarships are available for qualified students.