At Delaware County Community College, “community” is more than part of our name. It’s part of our mission. In addition to our academic programs and non-credit courses, we reach out to our community in many other important ways.
Programs for community members
We offer programs that help community members find jobs, work through career and life changes, and even earn a high school diploma. It’s part of our commitment to strengthening our Delaware and Chester County communities.
Find out if one of our programs is right for you:
- A job seeker?
Learn more about our Workforce Entry Center, serving the workforce needs of employers, job seekers and individuals seeking career information. The Center houses PA CareerLink®, a one-stop collection of free services for both job seekers and employers.
- An employer?
Our Workforce Entry Center can help you find qualified workers. The Center’s PA CareerLink® uses technology to connect you to job seekers.
- A single parent, individual in transition, or unemployed?
The College's New Choices Career Development Program can help you achieve economic self-sufficiency through free services such as vocational assessment, career counseling, job placement assistance and more.
- Someone who didn’t finish high school?
We can put you on the path toward your GED.
If you are 19 years old or older and don’t have your high school diploma or GED, learn more about our special application procedures for those without a high school diploma or GED.
Many College events are open to the community.