(WHNT) – A new Alabama Community College System (ACCS) program is creating opportunities for students to gain certification for high-demand careers.
The program, known as Mobilizing Alabama Pathways (MAPs), is a short-term virtual training program for Alabamians that allows them to achieve certifications in less time than other college degrees.
MAPs is the result of a federal grant that created the Alabama Workforce Stabilization Program.
“Providing short-term degrees that turn into long-term degrees is a key strategy to achieving Alabama’s goal of adding 500,000 certified workers to the Alabama workforce. ‘by 2025,’ Governor Kay Ivey said. “I want to thank Chancellor Baker and each partner for their leadership in setting up the Mobilizing Alabama’s Pathways program, which will help us create stackable career paths for our most demanded industries.”
Students who have completed the Ready to Work (RTW) online training course can access MAPs through their local adult education provider. After completing the MAPs, students can participate in hands-on training.
“MAPs provide adults with the opportunity to gain valuable career information and references for success that may not otherwise be available,” said Courtney Monnette, adult education specialist for the community college system. of Alabama.
For more information on MAPs, visit www.accs.edu.
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