Contact InformationLynn Watterson
Free Career Pathways for the 21st Century Program
This program offers career exploration and skills improvement for adults interested in training for a career in one of the state's high-demand industry sectors, including health care, hospitality, information technology and more.
The program provides:
• instruction in math, reading and writing for the workplace
• work experiences including job shadows, tours and informational interviews and internships
• case management services
• career coaching that includes referral to appropriate training, job search strategies, and development of a long-term career and educational plan
Participants will spend 20 hours each week in the 12-week program. There is no cost for participants and there are no income eligibility guidelines. The next Career Pathways session will begin on April 29. An orientation session will be held at10 a.m. on Tuesday, April 23, in the auditorium at the Liston Campus in Providence. For more information, contact Lynn Watterson, career pathways coordinator, at 401-455-6042 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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