Work Experience Program

Located within the Student Services Center, the WEP advisor works with students who are currently receiving public assistance from Monroe County’s Department of Human Service and are required to engage in a work-related activity in order to continue receiving benefits.

The goal of WEP is to expose students to work experiences that will foster new skills and in turn make them more employable.   Students are placed within various departments throughout the college. 

Students: Have questions? Find answers in our FAQs brochure.

MCC faculty or staff: Download our brochure to learn how your department can benefit while supporting the WEP program.

Attendance Tracking Form
This form is used for the sole purposes of gathering student's class attendance. Students must provide attendance on a weekly basis with ALL signatures by their professors and the form must be completely filled out. Incomplete forms will not be accepted by the V-WEP Office.

Forms may be dropped off at The Brighton Campus- Graduation Office , Building 3 Room 103 or The Damon City Campus -Student Services - 5th floor.

Failure to provide weekly attendance will result in a student's case being closed out of V-WEP at MCC and put the student at risk for a conciliation/sanction by Monroe County's Department of Human Services.

Timesheet
Students may use the WEP timesheet for several "WEP" activities. From volunteer work in the community, field work hours, internships, un-credited lab work, supervised study-time, and WEP at the college, this is the form that helps track those hours. WEP timesheets are due on a weekly basis, must be filled out completely with all parties' signatures and correct codes used for days missed. Incomplete forms will not be accepted by the V-WEP Office.

Forms may be dropped off at The Brighton Campus- Graduation Office , Building 3 Room 103 or The Damon City Campus -Student Services - 5th floor.

Failure to provide weekly attendance will result in a student's case being closed out of V-WEP at MCC and put the student at risk for a conciliation/sanction by Monroe County's Department of Human Services.

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