Welcome to the School of Workforce Development. Within the School of Workforce Development at GRCC, you can acquire the courses, skills and competencies, and experiential learning experiences to succeed in your chosen occupational career program or degree path. You will learn new skills for your current job or for a new career and grow professionally through continuing education or customized workshops.
Today's workforce demands that you be a highly skilled, innovative individual who can adapt to the most current technology, be a contributing team member, and be globally prepared to meet the challenges of this economy.
Please take your time to explore our departments and programs listed under Educational Offerings on the menu to the left. We offer over 50 degrees and certificates that can assist you for your future. Many of these programs and courses will transfer to our partner educational institutions so you can continue your education.
We want you to come to GRCC to learn. We commit to making you, our students, ready to compete and complete at GRCC!
We are here to serve you.
Fiona Hert, M.S.W., Ed.D.
Dean, School of Workforce Development
Who We are
The School of Workforce Development is comprised of approximately 124 full-time, 150 part-time faculty and 78 staff. We are committed to the delivery of innovative and responsive workforce learning programs and services. We strive to ensure that students/customers are prepared for current and future employment and lifelong learning.
Who We serve
Approximately 47% of GRCC students are enrolled in credit based occupational programs; additionally, we serve significant segments of the workforce, over 10,000 in 2003, through job training programs, apprenticeship programs, customized training opportunities and community partnership programs.
What We do
The School of Workforce Development offers instruction (credit, non-credit, customized delivery, and job training) apprenticeships (credit and non-credit), employment services and serves as a workforce clearinghouse (Work First and Partnership for Adult Learner). Currently offering 17 programs, with 32 Associate Degree options, and 23 Certificate options, our goal is to evaluate all options available to students for lifelong learning, and develop additional programs which best meet the workforce needs in our community.