Step Up Savannah’s Chatham Apprentice Program (CAP) is recruiting now for the next “E3: Educate, Empower, Employ” job-training class. The four-week intensive program is for men and women interested in increasing their basic employment skills.
The training is free to adults (18 years and older) through a partnership among Chatham County, Step Up, and other community organizations. The program is open to anyone who is unemployed or underemployed; those without a high school diploma or GED are encouraged to apply.
Successful graduates of the Chatham Apprentice
Program’s E3 training receive assistance with their job search and one-on-one coaching.
The application process is competitive and space is limited. Interested candidates should call no later than January 3rd to learn about the next class.
To apply or learn more about CAP, call Nick Deffley, program manager, at (912) 656-4079, or Isaac Felton, program coordinator, at (912) 656-4339.
The next class will be held starting on Jan. 13 and run through Feb. 7, at the Moses Jackson Advancement Center, located at 1410B Richards St.