The Achievement Center at RVCC

Social Skills Awareness Program for ages 16 to 25 starting Friday, January 25, 2019!

Club Friday Night Hangout

This Friday Night bi-monthly Social Skills Awareness program on the campus of Raritan Valley Community College is designed through practice to develop and enhance social skills: discuss better was to communicate our ideas and thoughts; and recognize the importance of both verbal and non-verbal communication in our relationships.

To learn more information or request an application and set up an interview for the program, please contact Bob Hulit at 732-666-4781 or email us at

About the Achievement Center at RVCC

The Achievement Center is a Certificate-based post secondary education program for students with intellectual and development disabilities.  This college program is a collaboration with Raritan Valley Community College and The Arc of Hunterdon County. 

The objective of The Achievement Center is to help students transition to college and experience life on RVCC’s campus, while receiving additional support to maximize their success.  Our classes are held in RVCC’s Arts Building.

This post secondary education class format comes in many different forms such as classroom instruction to work on a students learning models and academic building blocks.  These building blocks may include critical reading; communication skills; writing essays and research papers; study habits, and time management of assignments/deadlines.

In addition, The Achievement Center puts equal importance on the social component of college life in regards to student/faculty interaction; self Advocacy with college resources; building friendships; and navigating life on campus.