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Free Ready 2 Get Ahead Class
Monday, January 15, 2018
Friday, January 19, 2018

The Pipeline to Advanced Manufacturing program at Arkansas State University-Mountain Home (ASUMH) will be holding a free week-long class Monday, January 15 - Friday, January 19 from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., each day. The class is geared for any adult looking for work or hoping to move from entry-level jobs into higher-level employment. Students will earn a $125 stipend/gift card upon successful completion of the class and will hear from local employers and other guest speakers. Lunch and snacks are provided each day. Classes will be held at the First United Methodist Church (605 W. 6th Street) on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and on the ASUMH campus (1600 South College Street) on Thursday and Friday. Students must pre-register by Wednesday, January 2 by calling Amanda Herd at 870-508-6245 or Kim Lovelace at 870-508-6385. Coursework includes: Arkansas Career Readiness Certificate (CRC): A portable credential based upon the WorkKeys assessments. Demonstrates to a prospective employer that the CRC earner has the skills needed for 21st century jobs. Ready2Work: Define career goals and get the basic skills needed to become a successful employee. Topics include resumes, interviews, employer expectations, and more. Cooking/Shopping Matters: Learn to shop strategically on a budget and to use practical nutrition information to guide food choices. This programming is offered in partnership with the Food Bank of North Central Arkansas. Getting Ahead in a Just Gettin' By World: Designed to assist individuals and families achieve self-sufficiency, participants explore the impact of economic class on themselves and their communities as well as how to build financial, emotional, social, and employment resources. For more information on the free class, contact Amanda Herd at 870-508-6245 or Kim Lovelace at 870-508-6261.

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