Lewis and Clark Community College (LCCC) has been a staple in the community for high school equivalency and work force training for many years. LCCC’s Building Futures YouthBuild began serving youth through the YouthBuild initiative in 2009 and our program has grown to include pathways to employment in industry sectors such as computer careers; Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics (TDL), and construction. We are committed to the most fundamental principles of human dignity, equality of opportunity and academic freedom. That’s why our motto is “empowering people.”
Mission Statement and/or Core Values
We are committed to the most fundamental principles of human dignity, equality of opportunity and academic freedom. That’s why our motto is “empowering people.”
16–24-Year-Old Out of School Youth
LCCC’s Adult Education Department serves people through multiple State and Federal Initiatives.
→ The following initiatives are included in our daily programming: YouthBuild (Construction, Computer Careers, and TDL), Certified Nursing Assistants Training (CNA), English as a Second Language, High School Equivalency Instruction, Project Read (tutoring services), Family Literacy (which includes free onsite childcare assistance), and AmeriCorps.
Construction (Carpentry, Welding, Solar Installation)
Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics (TDL)
Computer Careers (Microsoft Suite, Information Technology, Webpage Design)
Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA)
LaNiece May, a 2021 YouthBuild Graduate, completed her HBI PACT certificate in Carpentry and also completed Solar Installation Training. She became employed in January of 2022 at Straight-up Solar as a Solar Installation Technician and LOVES her new career!
Associate Dean of Adult Education – Valorie Harris
Director, Pathway Resource Development- Sabrina Davis