Need extra job training? Metro Tech might have a free course to help
People whose jobs were impacted negatively by COVID-19 might qualify to receive free workforce development training at Metro Tech.
To be eligible, individuals must be older than 18 and a resident of Oklahoma City. Living expense assistance might also be available to those who qualify. Classes will be offered from Thursday through Dec. 31.
A selection of in-person and online training certifications approved for funding by the Community Cares Partners are available to help individuals expand their skills and knowledge to improve their employability.
In order to receive paid training at no charge, go to www.metrotech.edu/cares, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 405-595-4090. Training must be completed by Dec. 31.
For more information on the Community Cares Partners eligibility requirements for individual relief assistance and/or job retraining, including the application for these resources, go to www.OKCommunityCARES.org.
Metro Technology Centers has four campuses offering short-term, career and customized business training at campuses in south Oklahoma City, northeast Oklahoma City, the Will Rogers Airport and downtown Oklahoma City.