internships, the individuals will work as maintenance mechanics and instrument
techs," Siegfried explains. "They will actually perform the
duties. So, they’ll be getting real
world experience that’s a tremendous add-on to the skills they learn while they’re
class and internship is completed, Siegfried says students will have the chance
to work at a number of chemical plants in the area.
be considered for full time positions.
We will work with the individuals after they complete the internship to
develop employment in this area with any of the area chemical companies.”
He says with
retirements at area chemical plants, the internship allow those companies to
fill vacant positions after seeing how the students perform.
and electrical techs and maintenance mechanics earn a great living. This is a tremendous opportunity for
individuals to develop a lifelong career in a job with great benefits,
insurance and pay.”
limit of 15 people who can complete the program. For more information about it, call the
Career Center’s Adult Technical Training at 373-6283 or email Jim Siegfried at firstname.lastname@example.org