What is PACE?
Pathways for Academic and Career Employment (PACE) is designed to assist individuals with securing quality employment.
- Dislocated Workers
- Persons earning incomes at or below 250% of poverty level
How does PACE help?
Career Navigators are available to help connect you with the guidance and resources you need to be successful. Every person’s journey is unique, and our navigators offer customized and personal support to help you transition smoothly!
Whether your journey begins with earning a high school equivalency diploma, taking a non-credit career certificate course, or pursuing a degree, our navigators will provide support along the way!
What support is provided?
Based on eligibility, you may qualify for the following:
- Career & Education Guidance
- Soft Skills Development
- Supportive Services
- Tuition Assistance
Who is eligible?
(based on past 3 months)
250% Poverty Level
|Add for each additional family member||
Do you receive food assistance?
If you receive food assistance you may qualify to participate in free training. The program was developed to help you learn skills for in-demand jobs that pay a higher wage.