Tampa Bay TechHIRE

 

 

HIGH-DEMAND CAREERS
WITHIN REACH

TechHire offers SCHOLARSHIPS to accelerated program aimed to help young people age 17-29 in the Tampa Bay Area discover and learn technology skills that are in demand by Tampa Bay businesses.

Training and paid work experience opportunities to young adults in high-growth industries and occupations critical to the regional economy – healthcare and information technology. Training includes tuition, lab and certification fees.

COURSE COSTS

TechHire scholarships covers 100% tuition if you qualify.
Funding provided by:

  • US DOL TechHire Grant
  • CareerSource Tampa Bay


ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

  • Must be between the ages of 17 and 29
  • Must be either unemployed or underemployed
  • Must have a high school diploma or GED
  • Must be a US citizen or authorized to work in the US
  • Additional eligibility requirements apply

 

TRAINING TRACKS

Information Technology

Healthcare

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UPON COMPLETION

By completing one of the TechHire programs you will receive the following benefits:

  • Certificate of completion from our partner training provider
  • Dedicated recruiters and personalized job connections in the IT industry
  • Ongoing job-readiness support including interview prep, resume reviews, workshops, and soft skills training
  • Referrals to local employers for paid work experience and direct placement opportunities

 

 

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TechHire is part of a national study to test if offering individuals skills training and extra support services helps them complete training, and find employment in middle-high skill jobs. Support services and spaces in specific trainings are limited. Eligible applicants will be chosen by a computerized selection process.

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