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Cerritos College's Advanced Transportation Technology and Energy program (ATTE) and Economic Development Department were recognized with the South Bay Workforce Investment Board's Training Provider Award for their joint effort in facilitating the Electrical Field Service Technician program.
The 18-week Electrical Field Service Technician training program provided job seekers with an intensive training session in the high-demand field of solar panel development. More than 80 percent of participants secured jobs after completing the program.
"Providing needed job skills in transportation and energy fields is our key mission,"
said Jannet Malig, Director of Advanced Transportation Technology & Energy department.
"We strive to expand job opportunities for students, residents and businesses across
the region. We are humbled by this recognition," echoed Belle Gomez, Director of
Community Advancement & Economic Development.
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- The U.S. economy will remain on a fairly steady, though undistinguished, growth path over the next few years
- With growing confidence in their financial situation and continued job growth, consumer spending will stay on an upward trajectory
- Projected to increase, government spending will be a positive contributor to GDP growth in the U.S. (Read full article about Economic Forecast & Industry Outlook)