Acquiring necessary occupational training

Stepping Stones Available for “Acquiring necessary occupational training”

Once enrolled at Cape Cod Community College, you can access many services and programs (stepping stones) to increase your chances of success on this Pathway. These may include:

Advising and Counseling Center

Advisors assist you in planning academic schedules compatible with your goals and inform you about college programs, courses and policies, recommend campus resources, and discuss academic concerns. All matriculated students must meet with their advisor prior to registering for classes.

Grossman Commons Building, Room 203-C, 774.330.4318

Coaches and Mentors Program

This program provides comprehensive student support services, including tutoring, academic advising, career counseling, study skills instruction, workshops, and job placement assistance, and is especially beneficial for adult re-entry students, students with disabilities, students with limited English proficiency, and students who were enrolled in a non-college bound program in high school.

MM Wilkens Hall, Room 233, 774.330.4374

Civic Engagement

"Service Learning combines service objectives with learning objectives with the intent that the activity changes both the recipient and the provider of the service" (National Service-Learning Clearinghouse). Students have an opportunity to apply course theory and learning to meaningful and necessary service within the local community.

North Hall, Room 238, 774.330.4418

Library/Learning Resources/Reference Librarians

The Wilkens Library is the only academic library on Cape Cod and provides a wide range of services, resources, and helpful personnel. All students participate in a library orientation in the course of their tenure at CCCC.

Non-Traditional by Gender Career Program

The college promotes career choices based on interests and abilities, free from gender stereotypes or limiting expectations.

MM Wilkens Hall, Room 233, 774.330.4374

O’Neill Center for Student Access and Support

The O’Neill Center for Student Access and Support provides support services to qualified students with disabilities ranging from the obvious to the hidden, both in and out of the classroom. A wide range of services, specialized software, and equipment are available.

MM Wilkens Hall, Room 222, 774.330.4337

Tutoring Center

The Tutoring Center provides new and returning students with the help that they need to succeed in their academic endeavors. Tutoring services are offered at no charge to students enrolled in credit courses.

MM Wilkens Hall, Room 111, 774.330.4352


Success indicators for “Acquiring necessary occupational training”

You may measure your success on this pathway through the following:

  • Knowing and understanding career program requirements.
  • Using career counseling.
  • Attending information sessions to determine interests and requirements.
  • Attending career fairs.
  • Continuing to evaluate academic progress.
  • Seeking assistance when needed.
  • Knowing the offerings for occupational development through the Workforce Education Resource Center (WERC).