SIEEC

Staten Island Employment Education Consortium

Students set their own pace in this 420 hour program (approximately 13 weeks).  Resume and cover letter preparation is a course highlight.

Academic Offerings

All services are FREE of charge to participants.


​Year-round open enrollment




​SIEEC is an equal opportunity employer/program. 

Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

Placement in these programs is dependent on the results of the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE).  This assessment is administered by appointment, Monday through Friday at 9:30 a.m.  Call the main office (718-816-6700) to register.

​​​General Office Skills

Students will develop their ability to communicate orally and in writing.  They will acquire a variety of general office skills including the ability to file, make photocopies, send faxes, use a scanner, screen calls, greet visitors, tack and order office supplies.

High School Equivalency (HSE)

HSE is for individuals who have not completed high school and want equivalency certification.  Classes are held Monday through Friday mornings.

General Clerical Skills Training

Microsoft Office Suite

Students will be given the training to attain Microsoft Office Suite (MOS) certification in Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Publisher.

Career Counseling

SIEEC provides career assessment tools to help to match students with options suitable to their strengths and personality.  Resume preparation, mock interviews and search assistance are offered.

​​​Computer Skills

Students will become familiar with calendar and scheduling programs, as well as email, word-processing and spreadsheet data entry.

Employment Assistance

Adult Basis Education (ABE)

ABE is for individuals preparing for their high school equivalency credential who need to brush up on basic skills in literacy and mathematics.  Classes are held Monday through Thursday mornings.

​​​Ticket to Work

SIEEC is an Employment Network (EN) for the Social Security Administration.  Disabled individuals who are receiving disability benefits and desire to return to work may enroll in the Ticket To Work program.  SIEEC will assist these individuals in their job search.


English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) 

ESOL classes are offered at select North Shore locations.  Participants practice reading, writing, and speaking English.  We also offer the Rosetta Stone program.