Program Benefits for Participants
  • Employer interaction from beginning to end of program.
  • Networking event with employers in the beginning of the program.
  • Get to know employers right away as you interact about your skills and their current or future job openings and work expectations.
  • Learn more about training opportunities if you need to upgrade your skills.
  • Learn about your “fit” into technical/manufacturing/related occupations.
  • Learn more about different types of technical jobs and salary and benefit opportunities
The TechNET Pilot Program is an opportunity for job-seekers and prospective students to connect with employers and learn about the skills employers need to fill high demand jobs available for the 21st century.

Employers are looking to fill positions in technical, manufacturing and other related jobs!

This program, which has been created utilizing continuous employer input, includes components that prepare you for the job. 

The program consists of the following:

Speed Networking Event

Information Session
During this session, participants will meet with employers and learn about their company and what they are looking for in a new employee. Find out industry and occupational trends, what the job market looks like and what jobs are in demand. You can also show employers what you have to offer as an employee.

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Learn About TechNET and How to Apply



Participants selected for the program will meet with a Navigator who will walk them through the process and work with them step-by-step throughout the program.

Training Topic Sessions

Tailored to meet the students' needs

  • Week 1- Workplace Essentials
    Participants attend training on topics such as:
    • Job Expectations/Work Ethic
    • Problem Solving
    • Communication/Diversity
    • Customer Service Internal/External
  • Week 2 - Job Readiness
    Participants attend training on topics such as:
    • Resumes 
    • Cover Letters
    • Job Search
    • Mock Interviews 

Ready! Set! GO!

In this component of the program, the Navigator will review participants two weeks of training and participants will take required screening and assessments to support success in a work environment.


Speed Networking/Interview With Employers

Be prepared to interview for jobs with program sponsors and others.



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