This new intensive and free career training program prepares participants for Computer User Support Specialist positions. Computer User Support Specialists configure, install, and maintain computer and network systems. This program is ideal for adults who want to enter the field of information technology, have a high school diploma, and are eligible to work. The program provides participants with knowledge and skills that prepare them to get industry-recognized credentials and certificates (COMP TIA A+) required for employment in the industry. The IT Careers Program is offered in collaboration with Just-A-Start, Bunker Hill Community College, and employers.
Together with the Academy for Healthcare Training and the Rindge School of Technical Arts, the CLC has training programs for immigrants who want to start careers as Certified Nursing Assistants or Home Health Aides. In addition, students improve their English, math, and job readiness skills. Our advisors help graduates of the program get jobs.
This program offers career workshops and other activities, so participants can explore possible careers and employment opportunities to be able to support their families. Career Advisors help students to make informed decisions and facilitate their transition to college, trainings, or new jobs. This program is offered in collaboration with employers, higher education institutions, and Cambridge’s Employment Program.
In collaboration with MIT, we offer a workplace ESOL course for MIT employees. This course strengthens participants’ on-the-job English skills and prepares them for an industry-recognized certification exam.