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Job Training Programs

Accelerated learning to jumpstart your career

Job Training classes run 34 hours per week and about 20 weeks in length. Our programs are designed by area employers and industry experts, so you'll get the hands-on training you'll use on the job.

Most programs enroll new participants every other month, which means you don't have to wait until next semester to begin working toward a better future.

Personal career coaching & job placement assistance

After entering a Job Training program, you'll be assisted by career coaches and instructors to determine the best training plan for you. We'll also provide job placement assistance upon program completion. 

A certificate of completion will be presented to you after meeting the minimum requirements for the program of your choice.

Job Training programs at GRCC

Still have questions? Get answers by attending one of our information sessions every other week. 


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