GO CAREERS is a work and learn program. A major advantage of the GO CAREERS program is its accelerated degree path where students work three days per week at their sponsoring company and attend industry-validated, college courses two days per week.
Medical Assisting is a fast growing career where you learn administrative tasks as well as direct-patient care. As a work and learn program, students work for a sponsoring company 3 days a week and go to school 2 days a week.
GO CAREERS Medical Assisting is a year-around program and students can earn a diploma in one year and an associate in applied science degree in one year and one additional semester. It is a select admissions program where employer sponsors interview qualified applicants and select the student cohorts
US Bank is creating a pipeline of highly-skilled workers with a comprehensive understanding of the operational, organizational, and managerial responsibilities of an organization. A major advantage of the US Bank/GO CAREERS program is its accelerated degree path where students work a minimum of three days per week at their jobs and attend business administration college courses two, half days per week. The company is involved in every aspect of the program, from curriculum design to reinforcing classroom instruction in the work setting.
IBEW Apprenticeship Training
The IBEW Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee has requested that OCTC Workforce Solutions provide training to its apprentices preparing for the Journeyman Electrical state license. This training is comprised of five years of technical studies and on-the-job training. Workforce Solutions provides the technical training components which will prepare participants for high wage, competitive careers, while supporting the economic viability of the IBEW employer member affiliates - electrical contractors, public utilities, electrical equipment services, cable television and related telecommunication entities.
For more information about how your company or union can participate in the GO CAREERS program, call 270-686-4444