Upcoming Training and Recruitment Opportunities
Launch Your Career Through The America's Promise Grant Program
The America’s Promise Grant Program will provide individuals with the opportunity to get high quality education and training that leads to in-demand and industry recognized credentials and degrees. We help you go beyond just the next job by getting you started on the pathway to a rewarding career in healthcare services through:
• Career exploration to learn about your interests and strengths
• Education and training to gain the skills employers are looking for
• Engaging with professionals to start building your personal network
If you are interested in a career as a medical assistant, surgical technologist or medical lab technician inquire at www.employmilwaukee.org.
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, have a high school diploma or equivalent and pass Technical College academic entrance exams.
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If you are 16-24, out of school, Milwaukee County resident, learn more about our YouthBuild Program.
Come jumpstart your career in construction, manufacturing and other sectors while earning industry recognized credentials and getting paid. Learn more about pre-apprenticeship and how to complete your GED/HSED.
The TechHire program serves young adults ages 17-29 with a high school degree or equivalent, with barriers to employment, as well as incumbent workers, underemployed and long-term unemployed. Training and placement will focus on IT and IT-related industries such as Network Security, Computer Systems Analysts, Web Developers, Applications Software Developers, Systems Software Developers, and Computer User Support Specialists. To meet applicants' career and employment goals, participants can work one-on-one with a career coach to identify needed certifications or college courses, or attend an intensive “bootcamp” style training at no cost.
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