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“Ready to Work” Job Training Program Now Being Offered FREE in Cherokee County at Gadsden State Cherokee

Gadsden State Community College has offered the Ready to Work training program on their other campuses, now through the efforts of Commissioner Marcie Foster the opportunity to have the vitally important job training initiative here in our county has become a reality:

 

Many people are having a hard time finding work due to a lack of experience – or the lack of in-demand skills. The Ready to Work program will provide trainees with all the entry-level skills required for employment with most businesses and industries across the Alabama.

And here’s the best part – it’s absolutely FREE.

 

That’s right; essentially it’s a FREE job-training program.

Classes are tentatively set to begin Monday October 23rd and will be held each Monday and Wednesday from 8:00 – 11:00am for six weeks. 

It’s extremely important that you make arrangements to take advantage of this opportunity as soon as possible.  For additional information or to sign up simply contact David Collins at (256) 549-8638 or dcollins@gadsdenstate.edu

Foster told WEIS Radio News “I’m really excited about the idea of having this program right here in Cherokee County.  It teaches basic job seeking skills, such as resume writing and job applications, customer service, team building, and conflict resolution.  Additionally, at the end of the six-week program the participants receive two certificates that they can show to potential employers.  It also brings in college and job recruiters during the last week of the program – and best of all this is grant funded though Gadsden State Community College and is at no cost to the County or the participant.  I sincerely hope that the citizens of Cherokee County will take in this program.”

 

 

 

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