ACT WORKKEYS & KEYTRAIN
ACT works with clients to build professional credentialing tests, and developing tests serving millions of people in high schools,
colleges, professional associations, businesses, and government agencies. ACT workforce solutions support skill building and
portable credentials necessary for career pathways.
WorkKeys assessments measure "real world" workplace skills critical to job success. These skills are valuable for any
occupation—skilled or professional—at any level of education, and in any industry. "LIKE" us on Facebook under GCC WorkKeys!
*The WorkKeys Assessment is offered every Friday at GCC. Call 735-5640 for information or to register to take the
DYA Haya Resource Center using KeyTrain John F. Kennedy High School students received their NCRC
George Washington High School 2012 Seniors with NCRC with George Washington High School students received their NCRC
David Leddy, President Guam Chamber of Commerce (Bottom, Right)
The numbers show how many of people on Guam received their National Career Readiness Certificates.
WorkKeys are for students too!
Workplace Facts for Our Students
6 out of 10 jobs will require technical skills
- 9 out of 10 jobs will require education beyond high school
- Only 12 % of the jobs will be unskilled
- 70% of the skilled workforce is retiring in the next 10 years
Benefits for Students
- Enables you to rank above other job applicants who do not have needed skills
- Shows prospective employers concrete proof your skills
- Increases the chances you will be hired after graduation
for student and parent information on the WorkKeys System.
George Washington High School senior Devin Guerrero received $100 for earning the highest NCRC level by score
John F. Kennedy High School senior Ella Mae Delfin earned the highest NCRC level by score
For more information about the National Career Readiness Certificate, WorkKeys, and KeyTrain, click on the logos below or you can contact Chelsa Muna-Brecht at (671) 735-5574!
||The National Career Readiness Certificate verifies that an individual has essential core employability skills in Mathematics, Locating Information and Reading for Information. |
||The WorkKeys system is used by thousands of companies worldwide to help select, hire, train, develop, and retain a high-performance workforce.|
||KeyTrain is the complete interactive learning tool for career readiness skills. |
Continuing Education & Workforce Development
Chelsa Muna-Brecht, Program Specialist
WorkKeys/KeyTrain Systems Analyst
Phone: (671) 735-5574/5640 Fax: (671) 734-5238