Workforce Development Partners congratulated students who recently completed the Technical Support Professional training. Pictured back (l-r): Christina King, WMCA; Barry Magda, CMCC; Allen-Michael St. Claire; Michael Vigil; Gregory Yates, LAE; and Jennifer Tiner, LAE. Seated: Craig Record; Evelyn Blake; and Felicien Betu. Photo courtesy of Michael Reagan, LAE.
Lewiston – Five students celebrated the successful completion of Technical Support Professional training, a collaborative program brought together by the Maine Department of Labor/Bureau of Employment Services, Western Maine Community Action, Lewiston Adult Education, Workforce and Professional Development at Central Maine Community College and Carbonite. The training included a 40-Hour IT Fundamentals Comp TIA Certificate and 80-Hour WorkReady with Keyboarding Certificate to help students prepare for career paths in IT Technical Support. Recognition for training success was held at B Street Community Center in Lewiston. Three students plan to go on to Carbonite for additional training funded through a WMCA/WIOA sponsored On-the-Job Training program. For more information on educational partnerships and business training opportunities call (207) 753-9096 or visit https://www.facebook.com/Western Maine Community Action/ or http://www.wmca.org.