HACC’s S.T.E.P. Academy (Stand up, Take action, Expect great things, Put in the work) is a model program designed to educate, empower and encourage participants to take the next step toward increasing their readiness for the world of work.
What can I do with S.T.E.P. Academy training in the workforce?
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
- National Career Readiness Certificate
What are HACC’s classes like?
S.T.E.P. Academy classes are offered year-round in both the mornings and evenings, five days per week for 16 weeks. We also a five-week program with all-day classes that meet five days per week. All classes are conducted in an interactive setting.
Where are classes held?
The S.T.E.P. Academy is offered at all five HACC campuses, at various high schools and other locations.
Where can I register?
If you are a high school student, please contact your principal and request information. If you are not in high school, please call 717-736-4214.
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Meet Christina: Became More Confident with S.T.E.P. Academy
Christina Cylc, a former S.T.E.P. Academy participant from Lancaster, said this about the program: “We worked on interviewing skills, presentation skills, became certified in First Aid and CPR and became OSHA certified. We also took several trips to the Lancaster HACC campus, so now I am somewhat comfortable with the school if I decide to continue my education there. They also used the online learning base D2L that HACC uses. After completing the Academy, I chose to stay with HACC and took a total of four classes through their online learning this year. They have helped me become more confident in myself, and I would recommend this course to anyone who wants to start taking college courses early.”