Project SUCCESS is a support program for special education students requiring transition from secondary to a postsecondary program at WITCC. The main objective is to complete his or her IEP goals (executive functioning/employability skills) with the plan of working toward gaining a WITCC certificate, diploma, or degree in his or her desired career field; ultimately obtaining employment in the career field in which he or she is trained.

Services Provided

  1. Academic Support
  2. Career Planning/Employability Skills
  3. Executive Functioning Skills
  4. Personal Finance
  5. Self-Advocacy Skills
  6. Vocational Skills Training


  1. Between 17 and 21 years of age and classified as a high school senior
  2. Enrolled in a high school special education program
  3. Referral from designated school district and IEP team

How To Enroll

  1. Complete and sign Student Referral Form from high school
  2. Complete WITCC Application Form
  3. Interview with Project SUCCESS staff
  4. Students who plan to attend WITCC in the Fall semester are required to have the above enrollment items completed by March 31

Upon completion of the student's IEP goals, the student will be awarded with his or her high school diploma in addition to any earned WITCC credential as appropriate.

Vocational And Certificate Program Options

  1. Administrative Office Support
  2. Audio Engineering Technician
  3. Auto Collision Repair Technology
  4. Automotive Technology
  5. Band Instrument Repair
  6. Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
  7. Construction
  8. Culinary Arts and Hospitality
  9. Cyber Security and Digital Crime
  10. Early Childhood Education
  11. Electrician
  12. Graphic Design
  13. Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  14. Mechanical Engineering Technology
  15. Network Administration and Security
  16. Video Game Design
  17. Welding Technology

See all career options at WITCC online at