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Scholarship Available for CNC Training Program in Charlevoix

 

Northwest Michigan Works! is offering a scholarship for an unemployed individual to enroll in a CNC Certificate Program that begins this fall in Charlevoix. The one year long program is offered through Baker College of Cadillac and starts September 29 during the evenings at Charlevoix High School.

There is a strong demand in northern Michigan for trained CNC machinists. Students in the CNC Training Program gain the technical and specialized knowledge required to operate computer numerical control (CNC) machine tools. Class sizes are small and are taught by working professionals to provide plenty of one-on-one interaction and hands-on training, including actual work experience. Students learn to operate lathes, mills, precision measuring tools, and related attachments and accessories to cut, drill, shape, and finish products and component parts.

To be eligible for the scholarship, individuals must be unemployed, laid off from a previous job, and capable of completing the training program. 

 

Anyone interested in the scholarship should contact Renee at Michigan Works!, 231-439-5231.

 

 

 

Related Info:  Northwest Michigan Works! Job Seeker Services

 

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