Pre-College and College Guidance Department
Teaching current and future students the skills needed to guide them through a successful college experience.
People looking to go back to college can learn the basic skills needed for taking college courses.
Students will learn the needed skills to complete the GED® test.
Expand your reading skills, learn basic to college level reading skills.
A program for eligible youth ages 16-24.
Located at the Worksource The Dalles office. A program for adults ages 18+.
|CG 101||College Survival and Success: Personal Responsibility||1|
|CG 102||College Survival and Success: Goal Setting||1|
|CG 103||College Survival and Success: Self-Management||1|
|CG 111A||Study Skills for College Learning||3|
|CG 111C||Study Skills for College Learning||1|
|CG 114||Financial Survival for College Students||1|
|CG 130||Today's Careers||2|
|CG 140B||Career and Life Planning||2|
|CG 209||Job Finding Skills||1|
|CG 225||Transfer to a Four Year College||2|
|Franceina Brackenbury||Reading & Pre-College Instructor, Department Chairfirstname.lastname@example.org||(541) 506-6179|
|Teresa Cummings||Pre-College Specialist II, Title 1B Adult & Dislocated Worker Program Manageremail@example.com||(541) 506-6041|
|Matt Fitzpatrick||Pre-College Pathways & Transition Advisorfirstname.lastname@example.org||(541) 506-6042|
|Traci Miller||Career Advisoremail@example.com||(541) 296-5435|
|Mike Scroggs||Career Advisorfirstname.lastname@example.org||(541) 308-8261|
|Kelly Wiley||Pre-College/ESOL & Literacy Program Instructional Assistantemail@example.com||(541) 308-8243|