SFCC awarded $200,000 EPA job-training grant
Last week the EPA hosted a press conference announcing EPA and Santa Fe Community College Partner to Provide Environmental Job Training. The following participated in the joint announcement: David Gray, Acting Regional Administrator, U.S. EPA, Region 6; Eric Chavez, Field Representative for Ben Ray Luján, U.S. Senator Teresa Leger Fernandez, U.S. Representative; Rebecca K. “Becky” Rowley, Ph.D., Santa Fe Community College President; Gil Vigil, Executive Director of Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Council and Rebecca Roose, New Mexico Environment Department.
Read more in the March 20 story by Theresa Davis in the Albuquerque Journal, “SFCC wins $200K grant for environmental job training.”
Also, read James Barron’s March 20 story in the Santa Fe New Mexican, “Santa Fe college program trains in environmental work, life.”
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Photo: Previous training session participants in green HAZWOPER (Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response) suits.