Event Details: Are you interested in budgeting, paying off debt, starting a savings plan, establishing or rebuilding your credit, but don’t know where to start? This is the workshop for you. Presenter Nicole McGaha, Counselor with Operation Hope, will discuss these topics and more.
What is Opportunities in October? The City of Memphis has an important role to play in building a deeper pool of qualified workers and fueling economic growth. For our city to grow, we need an employable workforce that meets the needs of our city as well as address the issue of poverty. A pathway out of poverty is to obtain a skill that will lead to gainful employment and/or place youth on a career path.
A collaboration with the City of Memphis Youth Services Division and Mayor’s Office of Communications, this all-day session for young people ages 16-24 will orient participants with soft skills as well as provide them with access to area community colleges and trade schools.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE? You can participate in MOVE-HIRE if you… Are 18 Years or older Have a High School Diploma or GED Live in the 9 county Memphis Metro Area Demonstrate the ability to earn a Silver Level National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) Can Describe your Employment Status as one of the following… Underemployed: Seeking Full Time Employment but are employed part-time or employed full-time but making less than $15/hour Unemployed Workers: Seeking Full Time Employment Incumbent Workers: Underrepresented in the targeted industry (including women and minorities).
Shelby County Schools has approximately more than fifty programs that cover 16 career tracks at schools throughout the district.
Computational thinking is the focus at CodeCrew, where youth receive practical training for careers in information technology.
LITE Memphis aims to equip African American and Latinx students with the tools and skills to build wealth.
The Collective offers a 9-week intensive course that allows youth to learn about the different career fields that are prominent in Memphis while receiving instruction in resume-writing, interviewing, and other related skills.
For full article and more information visit: http://stand.org/tennessee/blog/local-cte-landscape-full-possibilities
At the Excel Center in Memphis, we offer adults the chance to earn their high school diploma. Shelby County adults 18 and older can take advantage of tuition-free day and evening classes, a drop-in child care center and free transportation.
Next term starts on January 7th. To apply, stop by our campus at 1490 Norris Road, 38106, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday. Applications will be accepted now through December 18th.
You can also get more information at www.goodwillmemphis.org or call us directly at 901-726-3100. We look forward to seeing you at The Excel Center!