Facing major changes in your life?
Wanting to complete or continue your education?
Needing to develop job skills for a new career?
Eager to set goals and solve problems more effectively?
Willing to learn ways to overcome personal barriers?
Ready to take charge of your life?
Then, the Lives in Transition program may be just what you need!
The Lives in Transition (LIT) program is designed to support adult learners complete or continue their education. Program participants typically see themselves as displaced homemakers, single parents, or dislocated workers. The LIT program is able to encourage students to develop greater self awareness about their educational goals, enhance self-esteem, overcome personal barriers, and establish clear career directions.
The LIT program is comprised of two, free college classes, taught over one or two terms. The courses, combined with the knowledge of LIT staff, offer on-going support and guidance throughout your college experience. Students who complete the LIT program discover areas of individual successes and opportunities for healthy friendships, while strengthening personal resources and developing plans to reach their educational goals.
If you are interested in learning more about the Lives in Transition Program, please call (503) 338-2377 or stop by our Resource Room on the 2nd Floor of Alder Hall on the Astoria Campus.