Conn. workforce program launches new careers in STEM

01/14/2013 | Norwich Bulletin (Conn.)

Unemployed adults in Connecticut have an opportunity to find jobs by enrolling in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Career Center. The program boasts a 68% job-placement rate and has gathered support from major STEM employers, community colleges and training centers. Participants in the program, many of whom lost jobs in the recent recession, took online courses and got additional training to prepare themselves for jobs in various fields.

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