In every corner of the Commonwealth, people are eager to find meaningful jobs, and employers are looking for workers with the right skills. FastForward is a high-demand program helping Virginians get the jobs they want and the salaries they need.
We offer a variety of in-demand FastForward programs with tuition assistance in Healthcare, Transportation and Logistics, Skilled Trades, Welding, and Manufacturing.
For tuition assistance and eligible programs, contact:
Brooke Shehan, FastForward Career Coach
506 McCarthy Hall
1000 Dabney Drive, Clifton Forge, VA 24422
If you are interested in learning more about our FastForward programs and applying for financial assistance? Submit your information here.
For more information, please contact GoodCare Coach Katrina Caul at (540) 817-5909 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
DSLCC is a partnersub-grantee in one of 23 grants awarded by the United States Department of Labor to help strengthen local communities across the nation and increase chances that both employees and employers are well-prepared to compete in today’s global economy. Grant activities will be developed, implemented and evaluated over four years, ending in 2020. DSLCC’s partners include Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College in Mooresville, WV and Alleghany College of Maryland in Cumberland, MD. The program offers a number of benefits for those who are eligible to participate, including tuition-free training assistance for middle-to high-skilled occupational pathways in select industries, focusing on the fields of allied healthcare and advanced manufacturing. Partners share best practices and work together to increase college completion, employability, employment earnings, and outcomes of job seekers.
For more information on AP 220 and to attend an upcoming orientation, please contact Shasta Robertson by email email@example.com or call (540) 863-2852.
Active duty service-members, veterans, and their qualified dependents may be eligible for VA education benefits. DSLCC provides services and information to assist students in establishing eligibility for and receipt of VA education benefits. The Department of Veterans Affairs determines student eligibility for benefits.
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