Do you have 92 hours? Do you want to have a career in the new energy economy?
The Energy Boost Program at Front Range Community College is a 92-hour basic training for the energy industry. Funded through a Workforce Innovation in Regional Economic Development (WIRED) grant from the US Department of Labor, the Energy Boost Program prepares students for the technical and manufacturing aspects of the energy industry.
Upon successful completion of the program, students will attend an exclusive job fair with the areas top energy companies such as: Vestas, Platte River Power Authority, Woodward, and Solix. Contact Lynn Vosler at FRCC for more information, bHlubi52b3NsZXJAZnJvbnRyYW5nZS5lZHU=. Visit the programs website.