For the second year in a row, the Center for Community Career Education is the recipient of Alfred P. Sloan Award honors organizations that use workplace flexibility to meet both business and employee goals. The Center is a non-profit, career and educational counseling and training center within the College of Health, Education and Professional Studies at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Read more about the Center’s Alfred P. Sloan Award.
Not only is the Center a great place to work, it is also providing opportunities for elementary school children to envision attending college. Serenity Roberson will attend fifth grade at Brown Academy in the fall, but thanks to a program introduced by the Center for Community Career Education, she is sure her academic success will lead her to college. Read more…
Established in 1980, the Center has worked with thousands of individuals in Chattanooga and across the region. A staff of qualified and dedicated professionals assists adults and youth who are in a significant life transition: returning to work or college, enrolling in college for the first time, or seeking their first job. The Center staff also assists organizations anticipating change or interested in improving their current procedures.