Train & Work in STEM
On-the-Job Training in Healthcare, Finance & STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math
If you are a certified dislocated worker or are long-term unemployed (6+ months) employers can receive salary reimbursements of up to 75% while providing occupational skills training on the job in the STEM fields and health care.
All STEM occupations are eligible, including those in Information Technology (IT), Finance, Manufacturing, Engineering and health care.
Assistance is available for dislocated worker certification, job matching and training plan development.
People with education or experience -- including recent or pending college graduates -- in these fields are highly encouraged to apply. If you are a dislocated worker or long-term unemployed and have not worked in these fields before, contact staff about your transferable skills.
JOB SEEKER CONTACT:
Wanda Lary, Coordinator, at 203-624-1493 ext. 254 or email@example.com
About Dislocated Workers:
Dislocated workers are certified by the CT Department of Labor as having been laid off or terminated or given notice of a lay-off or termination AND are eligible for or have exhausted unemployment insurance (UI), AND are unlikely to return to previous employment. Self-employed, displaced homemakers and military spouses may may also be certified, as well as some people who don't qualify for unemployment insurance benefits. Complete the form to be contacted by staff.
Mario DiNoto was laid off in June 2015. He had a bachelor's degree in psychology, plus project management and other professional certifications as an Estimator. With the help of Workforce Alliance, Mario returned to work in November 2015 as Cost Estimator at Pat Munger Construction Inc. in Milford, CT. He continues to be employed.
Gregory Russell was laid off in September 2015. A graduate of Emmett O'Brien Technical High School, he sought work as an Engineering Support Drafter. Workforce Alliance helped Gregory return to work in December 2015 as Manufacturing Technician at Direct Color Systems in Rocky Hill, CT. He continues to be employed.
This program is funded in whole or part by the U.S. Department of Labor Employment & Training Administration through the Job Driven National Emergency Grant program. Equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services available upon request for people with disabilities.