Career Development and Educational Support Services
LTC’s Displaced Homemaker program provides career development services for single parents/displaced homemakers who are considering enrolling in programs at LTC. Services are available for those wanting to enter or re-enter the workforce. This program is one of many academic and career development services available to help you gain skills and feel more self-confident.
Primary Services include:
- Admissions assistance
- Individual assistance to find personal and academic resources
- Financial Aid information (traditional, public, and private) and assistance
- Support, a listening ear, and advocacy
- Referral to community agencies
- Networking with other students
- Program Shadowing/Career Development
- Employment readiness services
For more information contact an LTC Admissions Advisor at 920.693.1162 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Definition: Single Parents/ Displaced Homemaker
The term “displaced homemaker” describes an individual (male or female) who provides and/or has provided unpaid services to family members, has been dependent on the income of other family member(s) but is no longer supported by that income, and is un/underemployed, facing multiple barriers to securing self or family-supporting employment.