Finger Lakes ReUse Is Accepting Applications for ReSet Tech Winter 2020
What: ReSET Technology Job Training Program now accepting applications
Where: Ithaca ReUse Center (214 Elmira Road Ithaca NY 14850)
When: Program starts February 3, 2020
Finger Lakes ReUse is now accepting applications from anyone 16 years or older for the next round of their free job training program, ReSET Technology, to jump start your career in tech or related fields.
What is ReSET Tech?
ReSET Tech is a ten-week, unpaid entry level job training program. Participants learn in a hands-on environment, through exposure and participation in day-to-day business activities at the Ithaca ReUse Center. The next session of ReSET Tech, will start February 3, 2020.
Candidates may fill out our online application form through our website at www.ithacareuse.org/reset or may make an appointment with Anise Hotchkiss at (607) 257-9699 ext. 9917 to fill out an application in person.
ReSET participants will have the opportunity to gain workplace and job searching skills to jumpstart their career in the field of Information Technology (I.T.) or any job requiring computer familiarity. Local professionals in the technology field are invited to teach workshops and offer specialized instruction throughout the ten-week program.
Participants of both the entry-level and apprenticeship training receive Certificates of Completion and guaranteed informational interviews with local businesses, as well as an opportunity to apply for a competitive, 15-week, paid apprenticeship program at ReUse.
Generous support for the ReSET Job Training program comes from Ithaca Urban Renewal Agency, Triad Foundation, Brightworks Computer Consulting, Park Foundation, and is made possible with 14 active partnering organizations.
About Finger Lakes ReUse
Finger Lakes ReUse is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization operating ReUse Centers open daily to the public with goals to expand the local 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 landfills and into productive reuse. For more information, visit www.ithacareuse.org.