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Are you completing career training at DCCCD that you plan to finish by December 2012? QUEST: Dallas/Collin may be able to assist you on your path to career success!

What Is QUEST? How Can QUEST Help?

QUEST: Dallas/Collin is a community-based workforce development and training program aimed to demonstrate the social and economic benefits achieved through investments in comprehensive, long term (one-two years) skills training. We assist individuals with tuition, books, supplies, child care, transportation, academic planning and job placement strategies.

Read our fact sheet (PDF - 216KB) to learn more.

How Do I Qualify?

QUEST wants to help students in the following career fields who will complete their certificates/degrees by December 2012.

Career fields:

  • Health occupations
  • Mechanics/repair and engineering
  • Logistics
  • Construction
  • Computer/information technology

To qualify, you must also:

  • Be 18 years or older
  • Be a U.S. citizen or legal resident
  • Hold a GED/high school diploma
  • Be a Dallas County resident
  • Meet certain income requirements

Find Out More! Campus Information Sessions/Interviews

QUEST: Dallas/Collin will be holding information sessions at DCCCD campuses and conducting on-the-spot interviews to determine eligibility and program acceptance.

Interested? Bring a completed application (PDF - 172KB), 2010 income tax return, Social Security card, driver’s license and current transcript/advising report.

QUEST Campus Information Sessions/Interviews
Date Time College Location
Tuesday, Aug. 21 – 4 p.m.Brookhaven CollegeBuilding S, Room S003
Tuesday, Aug. 21 – 4 p.m.Richland CollegeEl Paso Hallway, Room E087
Tuesday, Aug. 1610 a.m. – 2 p.m.Cedar Valley CollegeBuilding A, Room 201
Thursday, Aug. 1810 a.m. – 2 p.m.Eastfield College

Building C, Atrium