Women in Transition
Women in Transition empowers women to become economically self-sufficient and improve their lives through access to education. Women in Transition is designed to help women regain their sense of confidence, clarity and genuine well-being.
During the eleven weeks of class, you will have the opportunity to move from feeling confused about your direction in life and instead find a sense of purpose and clarity that results in your own step-by-step plan to reach your personal and career goals.
Come learn about how our courses
to become economically and emotionally
self-sufficient through access to education and training!
Schedule a Zoom Women in Transition Information Session:
This is a free information session to help women get started at Lane. Attendance is required in order to enroll in Women in Transition classes. It covers a variety of topics including the Women in Transition classes, services offered at Lane and through the Gender Equity Center, financial aid requirements, and what to expect when beginning college.
WIT Information Sessions for Winter term 2022 are available by phone or Zoom. Information sessions for classes starting on Oct. 20 will be offered from 10 to 11 a.m. on the following dates:
- Nov. 3, 10, and 17
- Dec. 1, 8, 15, and 29 10-11
Information sessions are held via phone or Zoom. Important, in order to maximize your chances of receiving financial aid, schedule and attend a session as early as possible.
General Information Sessions for the Winter term are available by phone or Zoom.
Call or email for an appointment now.
Life Transitions (CG 220): 2 Credits
This course is designed to help students in Women in Transition navigate their current life transitions and explore positive new life directions.Topics include: understanding life transitions, relationships, increasing self-esteem, coping with powerful emotions, developing healthy power and assertiveness.
Career and Life Planning (CG 140T): 2 credits
This course is designed to help students in Women in Transition plan their careers and their lives. This course will explore: self-awareness, values, interests, skills, personality styles, available careers, careers that fit personal wants and needs, steps to pursuing career goals, how to make decisions, weigh options, and set goals.
Additional Class for Women Only
Strength Training for Women (PE 183U): 1 credit
Emphasis on resistance training using a variety of exercise modalities. Develop and assess strength, muscular size, muscle definition, toning and improve general physical condition. Safe and proper technique, routines, programs, nutrition and stress management concepts will be addressed.