CND Office Hours
8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. · Monday – Thursday
Taylor Building 174C
College of Southern Idaho
315 Falls Ave
Twin Falls, ID 83301
E-mail Center for New Directions
To provide Technical Education students who are single parents or those enrolled in Non-Traditional Occupations for their gender with resources for retention and completion of CSI programs and placement in related employment.
The Center for New Directions (CND) was established in 1980 as the pilot Displaced Homemaker Program for the state of Idaho.
*A technical program is a CSI program leading to an Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Technical Certificate (TC) or Postsecondary Certificate (PC).
|PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL STUDENT:||A student enrolled in a CSI program leading to an Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Technical Certificate (TC) or Postsecondary Certificate (PC).|
|SINGLE PARENT:||An unemployed or underemployed person who is responsible for a dependent in the home.|
|DISPLACED HOMEMAKER:||A person who must seek training or paid employment outside of the home due to separation, divorce, widowhood, or disability of spouse.|
|NONTRADITIONAL OCCUPATION:||A person whose gender represents 25% or less representation in a training program or occupation in which he or she is enrolled|
Nontraditional Occupations Program, Single Parent/Displaced Homemaker Program, Job Seeking Skills Workshops and Presentations, Individual and Group Consultations