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The Lincoln Manufacturing Council's Manufacturing Tech program includes 15 Lincoln manufacturers that are hiring in our community. We are looking for people that don’t have experience in manufacturing and are willing to learn more!
The 6-week class includes information about measurement, reading work orders, manufacturing workplace protocols and more! The final class will be a career fair giving students an opportunity to interview and be considered for a position.
Benefits to the class include:
The class is free for accepted students. Students must attend all sessions to earn the certificate and stipend. Basic English skills are required to understand the instruction and complete the tasks. A total of 12-15 students will be accepted. There will be future sessions of the class, and anyone not selected for this class will be considered for the next class.
CareerLadder is Lincoln’s effort to reconnect Lincoln’s New Americans to their education and profession. For many New Americans, their college degree, certification and licensure are not recognized in the United States. Thanks to funding from Google.org and expertise from World Education Services (WES), Lincoln’s New Americans Task Force created career pathway documents and funded case management positions to assist people to return to their careers in engineering, education, healthcare, accounting and law.
For more information or to begin the process, please visit https://careerladderne.org/.
Healthcare leaders from Gage, Lancaster, Saunders and Seward gather quartlerly to work together on talent pipeline and care coordination efforts. This effort is business-led and includes over 40 healthcare organizations.
The Lincoln STEM Ecosystem (LNKSE) launched in April 2019 to better connect preK-12th grade students to the STEM related careers availabile in our community. The effort includes LPS, Southeast Community College, universities and businesses to create opportunities for learning for students and teachers. The local website is www.lnkse.com and the national Ecosystem website is www.STEMecosystems.org.