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Bedford, Brooklyn, Brunswick, Buckeye, Lyndhurst, Medina, Rocky River, State Road, and West Park (ExpressCare at West Park remains open).

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MetroHealth Community Access Center

Visit tri-c.edu/community/access-centers or call 216-987-6408

Providing Education for a Brighter Future

MetroHealth Community Access CenterMetroHealth and Tri-C Access Centers are partnering to help connect you — easily and conveniently — with the education and job training you need to build a better future.

MetroHealth is offering a free seminar to help you reach your goals.

Free Workforce Success Seminar at MetroHealth Medical Center

Earn college credit and prepare for the workforce by completing this seminar. In this series of classes, you will:

  • Learn to identify your employable skills
  • Receive help with career planning, resume writing and identifying job opportunities
  • Master study skills, problem-solving and time management strategies
  • Determine a pathway to education and job training
  • Understand Tri-C resources available to you

While the seminar course is free, seating is limited; advance registration required.

Classes begin Sept. 28 and Oct. 19
Sharpen your job skills to succeed in the workplace. Write a resume, practice interviewing, learn relevant
soft skills and develop a career plan. Virtual class with instructor.


Need help registering? Contact [email protected]

Google IT

Classes begin Oct. 5

Become an IT support professional. Developed by Google, this certification program prepares you for entry-level IT jobs. Virtual class, self-study, mentoring available.


Need help registering? Contact [email protected]

Digital Literacy IC3

Classes begin Sept. 28

This certification course helps you develop the basic knowledge and skills needed to use computer hardware, software, networks and the internet. Introduction to MS Office, video conferencing, social media ethics. Virtual class with instructor.


Need help registering? Contact [email protected]

All courses offered virtually – do you need a laptop to participate? Contact Kara Ulmer at [email protected] or 216-778-5952.

For more information, visit Tri-C Access Centers or call 216-987-6408