What is PASS Lane?
"PASS" or Pathways, Academic Skills, and Services targets students English Language Learners, GED students, adults with skill gaps or other students interested in transitioning to credit classes while working on reading, writing and math skills. Students admitted to PASS Lane are given the opportunity to take specific credit level Career Technical classes and integrated noncredit ABSE or ESL classes simultaneously, regardless of if they have passed the college placement test. PASS Lane is for students seeking an individualized & supportive experience!
Students enrolled in PASS Lane receive the following benefits:
- Individualized coaching
- Proactive cohort advising
- Reading and study skill development
- Student Success Workshops and services which include employer speakers, industry tours and more.
Upon completion of PASS Lane options, students:
- May have completed a Career Pathway Certificate of completion.
- Will have earned college credits towards the related Associate degree.
- Will have enhanced both job search and college success skills.
- Will receive continued support in either job search or academic transition based on individual goals.
We are currently recruiting for the following PASS Lane Programs:
Early Childhood Education
- When do I start? Fall Term
- How long is the program? Program can be completed in a little as 3 terms.
- What certification do I earn? Students can expect to earn an Early Childhood Education Certificate, which can be applied to higher-level certificates or an Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education.
- When do I start? Spring/Summer Term
- How long is the program? Students complete after 4 terms.
- What certification do I earn? Students can expect to earn a Baking & Pastry or Culinary Certificate, which can be applied to higher-level certificates or an Associate degree in Culinary Arts.
- When do I start? Summer or Fall Term
- How long is the program? Students usually complete within 4 terms.
- What certification do I earn? Students can expect to earn a Basic Health Care Certificate, which can be applied to higher-level certificates and degrees in Health Professions, such as Medical Assistant, Dental Assistant, Physical Therapy Assistant, and Health Information Management.
- When do I start? Fall Term
- How long is the program? Students complete 3-4 terms
- What certification do I earn? Students can expect to earn a Manufacturing Technician 1, Welding or Drafting Certificate, which can be applied to higher-level certificates or an Associate Degree.
Students can enroll in an Individualized Plan (non-cohort based) in the following areas:
- Business and Office Professionals
Steps to Apply for PASS Lane
- Fill out the Career Pathways Interest Form.
- An advisor will contact you.
- Complete the Career Pathways Intake Form.
- Meet with an advisor to complete your application.