Interested individuals can train for a new career in as little as one year and work toward industry certifications from Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Recipients of the certificate would qualify for jobs such as hazmat, safety and health technicians and water quality technicians.
Students will learn to succeed on the job with:
* Environmental activities that build critical thinking and problem-solving skills;
* Hands-on, skills-based projects;
* Convenient, compressed schedule;
* Flexible “hybrid delivery” via classroom and online instruction;
* Foundation skills to build success;
* Business skills in communication, resumé writing, and interview techniques;
This U.S. Department of Labor grant targets workers who have lost their job due to the adverse effects of foreign trade, and other unemployed and underemployed workers. Veterans receive priority of service.
Programs are eligible for financial aid: Trade Adjustment Assistance, Workforce Investment Act, Pell Grants.
For more information or to get started, contact Harold McCard at 260-439-8387 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information can be found online at nationalSTEM.org.