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ProTec 2020 

Accelerated Training Program

2.5 Weeks of Intensive Training Winter 2020

& up to 80 hours of Paid Internship

Join the mailing list below for upcoming updates on 2020 Program

ProTec

Professional Readiness & Technical Experience for Careers

Offered in partnership with

the Northern Area Local Workforce Development Board,

Santa Fe County, New Mexico Workforce Connection,

New Mexico TechWorks, and Santa Fe Community College

 

PRO-TEC offers preparatory training for entry-level employment

in a variety of industries and is designed for individuals

who are currently unemployed, under-employed

or looking to increase their hire-ability in Santa Fe County.

 

Accepted participants will prepare for industry certifications

(Social Media, IT, Customer Service) through hands-on workshops and gain key job readiness skills in 30 hours of evening/weekend intensive training starting February 2019 followed by 80 hours of on-the-ground internships

in local Santa Fe and Santa Fe County businesses

as part of the program's 130 hour of combined

class time and internship commitment.

Training scholarships and stipends available to qualifying participants.

For more information, contact:

Santa Fe Community College, Office of Continuing Education

Director - Kristine Swedin

kris.swedin@sfcc.edu

505.428.1676

Program Support Coordinator - Jennifer Nevarez

jennifernevarez@nmtechworks.com

505-699-1503

 

Information Sessions will be scheduled in March 2019.

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Watch for upcoming updates and program advertisements in the region
and through collaborating organizations including: 
Department of Workforce Solutions, SERS-Jobs for Progress, Youthworks, Santa Fe Mountain Center, Santa Fe Public Schools, 50+ programs, AARP New Mexico TechWorks, and more...

By the #s (2016) 

95% participate in the internship.

On average 85% gain employment.

Only 60% stay in the first job for more than a year, however alum have shown their persistence and continue to remain employed beyond the 3 years we have tracked students.

40% continue their education, most often with SFCC programs.

 

(Failures are often due to “bad matching” or “forced matches” between employers and students. )

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