Fort Campbell, Kentucky (May 26, 2022) – Digital Works (DW), a program developed by national nonprofit Connected Nation (CN), is offering digital skill training and job placement assistance to KY residents and military spouses, veterans, veteran spouses, and active/transitioning soldiers living in the Fort Campbell area, includes part of Tennessee). Applications are now being accepted for the next class, which starts on June 15th.
DW was created to meet the growing demand for a skilled online labor force. The virtual training program offers grant-funded training and placement assistance for those seeking the digital skills needed to secure remote employment. The two-week class is provided at no cost to participants.
The program covers a variety of topics including typing, communication, customer service, technical skills, résumé building, and interviewing skills. Once participants complete the DW course, they are provided job placement assistance for online, remote positions.
“Preparation and research are everything when pursuing remote employment,” said Melissa Anderson, Fort Campbell Digital Works Facilitator. “The Digital Works program teaches participants about current remote hiring trends and helps them gain confidence in their career readiness, qualifications, and skills that are vital to success.”
Learn more at digitalworksjobs.org by clicking on “The Training,” or head directly to this link: https://driveyourlearning.org/digitalworks/signup. Those interested can also send an email directly to: email@example.com.
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About Digital Works: Digital Works, a program of Connected Nation, connects people to leading-edge customer support and IT jobs for global corporations by providing training, mentorship, and job placement assistance, as well as the opportunity for advanced careers.
Connected Nation’s mission is to improve lives by providing innovative solutions that expand the access, adoption, and use of broadband (high-speed internet) and its related technologies to all people. We believe that everyone belongs in a Connected Nation. For more information, please visit: www.connectednation.org or follow Connected Nation on Facebook and Twitter.