Warren County Community College's Center for Adult Transition CAT

(908) 689-1118

Warren County Community College's Center for Adult Transition CAT

The County College Based Center for Adult Transition (CAT) Grant will promote opportunities for independence in employment, post-secondary education, workplace readiness, independent living skills, and community engagement.

CAT students will experience the following curriculum tracks:

Fundamentals for Success:

  • Socialization and Life Skills Development
  • Computer Basics
  • Reading & Writing Skills
  • Self Advocacy Employment

Career Readiness:

  • Career Exploration
  • Employment Ethics & Soft Skill Training
  • Resume Writing
  • Job Application Completion
  • Career Preparation
  • Job Interviewing
  • On-the-job-Training
  • Job Coaching

Specialized Career Exploration:

  • Food Service Essentials including Customer Service and CPR/First Aid
  • Animal Caretaking
  • Housekeeping in Health Care Settings
  • and more!

For more information contact: Karen Menke Outreach & Care Coordinator (908) 689-1118 [email protected]

Supports provided by: abilitiesnw.org

The CAT program is for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities between the ages of 18-24, residing in Warren County. Tuition is waived for the 2022 - 2023 school year. Program Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 2:30 pm. To be eligible, CAT students must have: A high school diploma or equivalent and potential to successfully achieve the goal of employment!