Workforce Development & Lifelong Learning is the right spot on your journey to earn more, grow your career, build your business with trained employees, or just have a more interesting life. We are the branch of the College that serves adults building their career and families, youth ages 9 – 17, students wanting a core life education or preparing to move onto a baccalaureate degree, or those remaining vibrant through post employment. In other words, just in time learning…what you desire to learn, when you desire to learn.
Workforce Development works with area employers to develop solutions for performance gaps on the job. We upskill individual employees or train a group. Apprenticeship, College Tuition Reimbursement, Education Partnership Program, Deferred Payment and on the job training are all possible.
Empower every learner, every day, for every goal.
As an open-admissions community college within the diverse setting of Pima County, PCC provides comprehensive and flexible life-long learning opportunities to promote learner success and to empower every learner, every day, for every goal.
Every learner: We commit to meeting the diverse needs of every person who seeks to further themselves through education.
Every day: We strive for excellence in teaching and support services, to ensure that all of our learners experience a welcoming and supportive environment that enhances their education.
Every goal: We align our programs and services with meaningful careers, quality educational pathways, and equity-driven practices to empower learners to succeed in their college and career goals.
Transforming lives through affordable education.
As a premier community college, Pima Community College (PCC) will be a catalyst for personal transformation, economic growth, and cultural prosperity that enriches our diverse community.
Who we are
Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning is a service area of Pima Community College with responsibility to deliver education meeting the needs of employers, employees and the life long learning interests of our community.
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Auditing a Course
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Prior Learning Assessment
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Kids and Teens
Learn more about programs for Kids and Teens, such as Dual Enrollment, Educational Talent Search, and more by visiting our main site.