St. Clair College is pleased to be a part of this exciting initiative and is your trusted partner in post secondary education. Our reputation for providing an unsurpassed quality of education is well known locally and around the world. There are more than 95,000 alumni who have taken their education and advanced their careers to provide great lifestyles for themselves and their family. In fact, our track record for employment after graduation speaks for itself - Nine out of ten grads are employed within six months of graduation.
A college education is tremendous value for the investment - a high quality education at a fair price. Employers also value a St. Clair College graduate's knowledge and skills and in survey after survey they say it best - Nine out of ten employers are very satisfied with our grads ability to do the job.
We offer a wide variety of program options, ensuring that you find the right program leading to a sustainable, long-term career in a growing sector of the economy. So if you're looking to start a new career and get the retraining you need to move forward with your life, St. Clair College is here to help!
You may be eligible for the Second Career program if you:
In addition to Second Career, other Employment Ontario programs like Ontario Skills Development also provide support for training.
Second Career starts with a visit to a St. Clair College Employment Centre, where a consultant will help you prepare a Return to Work Action Plan and apply for the Second Career program. Check the list below for the Centre nearest you.
St. Clair College is pleased to offer advice and support to individuals researching their second career options. Please contact us with any questions regarding Admissions, Program Requirements, Tuition Fees, etc.!
Please note, program funding decisions are made by MTCU based on each individual’s Second Career application, and there is no guarantee which programs will be funded. Speak with your employment consultant for full details of program eligibility.
If you have been recently laid off, you may qualify for Second Career, an Ontario government program designed to subsidize the cost of tuition and living expenses.
For more information regarding Second Career eligibility:
For more information regarding Admissions, Program Requirements,
Tuition Fees, etc.: