On April 12th we marked the end of the second cycle of the Environmental Workforce Training Program with partner Penn State Wilkes-Barre. The closing ceremony was a wonderful opportunity to say thank you to our participants for their engagement and dedication over the past two months. We then followed it with a closed career fair, giving graduates the opportunity to speak with a variety of different firms that could benefit from their new skills. Companies included Barry Isett & Associates, Inc., JHA Companies, Geo-Science Engineering & Testing, Midlantic Engineering, Williams, Cosmos Technologies Inc., Four Daughters, DHL Supply Chain, Cardinal Glass NELG, and Aerotek Recruiting and Staffing. Also on hand were program partners EPCAMR and PA CareerLink Luzerne County.

All of us at EC are thrilled with the success and growth of the EWT Program. Thank you to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for starting us off, and the PPL Foundation of PPL Electric Utilities for its continuing support. Also thanks to our partners on the ground: the Luzerne-Schuylkill Workforce Investment Board; the Lackawanna County and Pocono Counties Workforce Development Boards; the Northern Tier Regional Planning Development Commission; area PA CareerLinks, including PA CareerLink Lackawanna County and PA CareerLink Carbon County; Outreach – Center for Community Resources; Commission on Economic Opportunity (CEO); Wilkes-Barre VA Medical Center; and the Veterans Resource Coalition of NEPA.

 

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