10 sessions, 20 hours
Program participants learn about career development and planning, career ladders, the psychology of hiring, résumé and cover letter writing, interview skills, and are introduced to Microsoft Word and Excel. Phase 1 training is offered in English and Spanish.
13 weeks, 285-315 hours
Program participants receive advanced information technology, literacy development, and business communications training. Participants have the opportunity to attain Microsoft Office Specialist certifications in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
6 weeks, 30 hours
Following the completion of Phases 1 and 2, program participants may select one of ten different occupational training tracks, including medical billing and coding, pharmacy technician, bookkeeping and accounting, green construction/GPRO, graphic design, A+/CompTIA, and HTML coding. Phase 3 offers participants the ability to attain any additional training or certifications they may need for their chosen career track.
3-6 months, 10-20 hours per week
Internships are are critical for survivors with significant work history gaps – frequently a major barrier to employment for hard-to-employ populations. Through our network of over 200+ internship and employment partners, program participants gain the experience they need to be competitive in the job market.