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            CREDIT-FREE CATALOG

            Cayuga Community College’s Office of Community Education & Workforce Development offers a wide variety of credit-free opportunities including leisure learning courses, career training, business services, online learning, professional development for teachers and adult education.

            The Office of Community Education and Workforce Development is pleased to present to the community our newly revised noncredit and credit offerings. Over the past year, faculty and staff have been working with local manufacturers to align the college programs with current workforce needs.

            Whether you are looking to start career, enhance your professional skills, learn a new hobby, or meet new people, we can help you reach your goals. Enjoy browsing our catalog and we hope to see you this Fall!

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            The Office of Community Education and Workforce Development offers career training programs, leisure learning opportunities, college prep courses, youth programs, customized corporate training, and University Center programs.

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            FALL 2019 CENTER FOR CAREER AND COMMUNITY EDUCATION CATALOG FULTON CAMPUS

             

            CCCE focuses on developing adult career pathways offering students multiple opportunities from entry-level, noncredit courses to mid-skill level certificate and degree programs. Our programs are aligned with demand occupations in the Central New York region focusing on our local employers’ needs.

            Center for Career and Community Education Fall 2019 Catalog