What: ReSET Technology Job Training Program
Where: Ithaca ReUse Center at 214 Elmira Road.
When: Starting February 4, 2019
Finger Lakes ReUse is now accepting applications for ReSET Tech, a free job training program.
What is ReSET Tech?
ReSET Tech is a free 10-week, unpaid job training program open to anyone 16 or older interested in gaining entry-level skills in Information Technology to jump-start their career. Participants learn in a hands-on environment, through exposure and participation in day-to-day business activities in Finger Lakes ReUse eCenter Computer ReUse program. The next session of ReSET Tech will start February 4, 2019, 11:30a. Subsequent sessions are 12:30p-4:30p Monday through Thursday. Those who successfully complete the entry level training are invited to apply for a competitive 15-week full time paid Apprenticeship. To learn more, please visit our website at https://ithacareuse.org/reset/
Candidates may fill out the online application form through our website or may make an appointment with ReUse Training Director Anise Hotchkiss at (607) 257-9699 ext. 9917 to fill out an application in our offices at 214 Elmira Road, Ithaca, New York.Apply to ReSET Today
Generous support for the ReSET Job Training program comes from Tompkins County Recycling & Materials Management, Triad Foundation, Community Foundation of Tompkins County, Park Foundation, Ithaca Urban Renewal Agency, The Social Service League of Ithaca, the City Federation of Women’s Organizations, The United Way Youth & Philanthropy Fund, The Staples Foundation, and Brightworks Computer Consulting.
About Finger Lakes ReUse
Finger Lakes ReUse is a charitable nonprofit organization operating two Community ReUse Centers in Ithaca (Ithaca ReUse Center, 214 Elmira Rd; Triphammer ReUse Center, 2255 N Triphammer Rd) in an effort to expand the reuse of materials, provide job training opportunities, create living-wage jobs, and teach repair and reuse skills. ReUse builds community, strengthens the local economy, and protects the environment by redirecting materials away from overflowing landfills and back into productive use. For more information, visit https://www.ithacareuse.org.