Winter 2021 Enrollment is now open!
For information, please contact (312) 236-9000 EXT. 2 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Registration & Payment Deadline||01/04/2021|
|Term Start Date||01/11/2021|
|Term End Date||03/29/2021|
This program is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education (COE).
English Skills for Success course aims to develop the learner’s ability to seek out and work for English-speaking companies and organizations. The course teaches the skills necessary to prepare students to make a career decision, prepare for a future job search, or change careers. Students will learn how to create career paths that require them to research possible job options and potential employers. Special emphasis is placed on the job interview process.
After successfully completing this program/course, students should be able to:
- Use key vocabulary correctly.
- Identify Super’s five life stages and give an example of each.
- Use the RIASEC Code to describe their personality type and that of other people.
- Read case studies and career texts and show understanding by answering comprehension and critical thinking questions and writing journal entries.
- Identify the five levels of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.
- Explain how differences in culture and/or age (generations) can cause workplace conflict.
- Describe benefits of networking and explain how to use social networks to create relationships.
- Apply target principles of English grammar and usage to convey clear messages in English.
- List characteristics of their personal brand and write an elevator pitch aligned to that brand.
- Write a targeted, grammatically correct, and courteous cover letter, résumé, request for a reference, and thank-you letter to a potential employer.
- Use generally accepted interview principles to provide effective answers to interview questions.
- Tuition: $1,500 per 11-week term
- Technology Fee: $90 per term
- Books: FREE
- This program does not qualify for Title IV financial aid assistance.
Midwestern Career College offers flexible schedules. 2-day a week and weekend classes are available. Students must attend classes 18 hours per week.
Convenient Locations in Downtown Chicago, Skokie and Naperville
Chicago (Main Campus)
100 South Wacker Dr., LL1-50
Chicago IL, 60606
- CTA Trains: Washington/Wells stop on the CTA Red, Blue, Brown, Green, Pink and Orange lines
- Ogilvie Transportation Center (Metra)
- Union Station (Metra and Amtrak)
Chicago LaSalle (Branch Campus)
203 North LaSalle Street
Chicago, IL 60601
Discounted parking close to Chicago Main campus and Chicago LaSalle Branch is available at 230 West Washington Avenue with student ID.
For parking instructions for our Downtown locations click here.
Skokie (Campus Extension)
Skokie campus extension offers free parking.
Naperville (Campus Extension)
200 East 5th Avenue Suite 128
Naperville, IL 60563
Naperville campus extension offers free parking
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