SWTJC has exciting transitional programs in several areas
A GED (General Educational Development) credential can provide individuals greater benefits in continuing to college or success in the workplace. Students in our GED classes learn to follow multistep directions, read more complex forms and manuals, can integrate and interpret information.
English as a Second Language (ESL) Classes help students work toward becoming proficient in the English Language. Individuals who cannot speak or understand English as well as those who can understand and communicate a basic level can benefit from enrollment in our program.
Individuals seeking preparation for the U.S. Naturalization exam can benefit from enrollment in our citizenship classes. The classes go far beyond the naturalization process by integrating civic participation into English as a Second language instruction.