Stepping Forward Works
Stepping Forward Works is a FREE career pathway program for those looking to land a good job with benefits. We connect individuals to high priority occupations through industry certified training, essential skills development, and job search assistance.
The program includes:
Industry training leading to certification
Individualized skills sessions on budgeting, goal planning, and more
Connections to local employers
Resume and interview prep
A support system lasting beyond the training
18 years or older
Have a high school diploma or GED*
Be a resident of Franklin or Fulton counties
Pass a drug test
Have demonstrated financial need
*Exception: No diploma or GED needed for Carpentry
Salzmann Hughes, P.C. Law Firm
Current Course Offerings:
36 hours of training over 6 weeks in carpentry basics, plumbing, electricity, interior finishing, masonry, tools, and equipment. Instructed by a certified contractor with teaching experience.
150 hours of training for welding skills needed in construction, fabrication, industrial and more. Instruction prepares for MIG, STICK, and/or TIG Welding Certification.
Nurse Aide (C.N.A.)
65 hours of classroom/lab instruction and 60 hours of hands-on clinical experience at a local healthcare facility.
33 hours of training over 4 weeks in repair of refrigeration-based processing equipment and other HVAC systems.
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Have you faced barriers to employment? Stepping Forward Works may be right for you. We help people start a new career and move toward self-sufficiency. Our goal is for program graduates to find a quality job with potential to grow into a career, while also helping them overcome challenges and set individualized goals.