Economic and Workforce Development at SFCC
Economic and Workforce Development provides job training through the following programs:
Accelerate Technical Training and Job Placement
Accelerate is an academic advising and career coaching approach that offers students ongoing assistance so they succeed in their educational and career goals.
BACK TO WORK 50+: Women’s Economic Stability Initiative
Northern New Mexican women age 50+ looking to get back on their feet in the workforce can get support to meet that goal.
Centers of Excellence
A state-wide partnership to provide green jobs training in Green Building Energy, Energy Efficiency and Biofuels.
New Mexico EnergySmart Academy
NME$A offers high quality, consistent energy efficiency and green jobs training throughout New Mexico.
PRO-TEC offers free fast, short-term training for entry-level employment in a variety of industries and increases hire-ability in Santa Fe County. Accepted participants will prepare for Microsoft Office Certifications, learn professional applications for social media, and gain key job readiness skills in a 160-hour, full-time, one-month intensive program.
Santa Fe Community College Environmental Health and Safety Training
SFCC provides contract training to meet employer's compliance needs.
Sustainable Technologies Center
SFCC's Sustainable Technologies Center integrates 21st century trades with advanced technologies and green curricula to promote a sustainable economy.
For more information, please contact Ann Black, Associate Dean of Economic and Workforce Development, 505-428-1811, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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