Career ReStart Information Session

Find Your Path to In-Demand Jobs

Learn how to upgrade or refresh your job skills for a new career at one of the upcoming information sessions for the Career ReStart program.

  • Tuesday, November 20 from 1-3 p.m.
    LCCC Elyria campus 
       
  • Tuesday, December 4 from 6-8 p.m.
    Lorain County JVS

The Career ReStart program can help you prepare for jobs in many areas like:

  • Health Careers
  • Business
  • Welding/Welding Helper
  • Computer and IT Fast Track
  • Flexible Electronics
  • Energy production and supply
  • ShaleNet

Career professionals from LCCC and the Lorain County JVS will be available to discuss industries looking for employees and the training opportunities available at both institutions.

For more information, please contact LCCC's Employment and Career Services office at (440) 366-4076.

Please complete the form below to register.

    

 
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