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Recent NewsDonna Cook is a survivor. She is a 2018 graduate of the Rochester Educational Opportunity Center’s Office Support Specialist program. She learned about REOC and began her study in February 2018. It is a pleasure to nominate her for the Student of ...Rochester Urban Fellows is a 10-week summer program for local undergraduates who attend a Rochester-area college or are native to Rochester and attend college elsewhere. Participants have opportunities to develop personal and professional skills, increase their understanding of urban issues ...Mr. Roosevelt Mareus, Dean/Executive Director, REOC; Dr. Heidi Macpherson, President, The College at Brockport; Dr. Kristina Johnson, SUNY Chancellor; Ms. Lisa McKay, Associate Provost and Director, UCAWDReadyRosie is a free mobile app and engagement tool for parents of children ages 0-5 that delivers brief videos that model everyday interactions in familiar environments with real parents. The videos take place in restaurants, grocery stores, and playgrounds to ...
We will help you with group and individual enhancements in interview skill training, soft skills application, any and all other skills to prepare you for employment. Our Employment Counselors are prepared to assist you with making career choices that are right for you through career counseling.
Our professional staff provides information and assistance with college admission procedures, financial aid programs, college survival skills and college preparedness. They also coordinate the SAT Preparation Program and Pre-College Institute for college-bound students.
The Registration and Records Office is responsible for the creation, maintenance, and documentation of enrollment information for all enrolled students at our school. In addition, this office tracks, verifies, and maintains center-wide enrollment data for all programs.
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Real stories from REOC students
Sam Sanders, Office Support Specialist
Sam Sanders was in a terrible car accident that left him unable to stay in the career he had been in for 30 years. He was told he would be unable to walk and didn’t see how he could change careers much less care for himself.
Read Sam's Story
Dana Johnson, Medical Secretary
Dana Johnson was working full-time when she started at the REOC. She knew that it may be difficult to juggle work and a full-time school schedule but she knew that she needed to get the training to move her into a career in health care. Read Dana's Story
Griselle Hernandez, Medical Secretary
After searching the internet for something that would help her obtain her High School Equivalency, Griselle Hernandez came across the REOC. Griselle saw that the program fit her needs and she applied.
Read Griselle's Story