Wednesday, September 17th 2014

LCCC Adopts MyEmployer Guarantee; Third Phase of "Our Promise" Initiative

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LCCC President Roy A. Church, right, poses with (left to right), Leane Taylor, Dale Hawkinson, Cheryl Giardini and LCCC District Board of Trustees Chairman Larry Goodman
Lorain County Community College has guaranteed the quality of its graduates to local employers with the adoption of the MyEmployer Guarantee by the LCCC Board of Trustees. The MyEmployer Guarantee is the third phase of the College's "Our Promise" initiative.

This phase guarantees to employers that any LCCC student who completes an applied degree program will have the skills necessary to successfully perform a job during the three years immediately following the awarding of the degree. If a graduate who is employed is found to have skill gaps related to the competencies of focus for that applied degree, they will be provided up to 15 credit hours of coursework tuition-free to remediate the deficiency.

"Lorain County Community College is committed to engaging employers to better anticipate their emerging talent needs while ensuring that its graduates have mastered the skills and knowledge necessary to meet those expectations," said LCCC President Roy A. Church.

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