American Indian Vocational Computer Training Grant

 

The Florida Governor’s Council on Indian Affairs is a private, non-profit corporation which was incorporated under the laws of Florida at the direction of Executive Order #74-23.  PC Professor is proud to be an approved training provider for this scholarship grant.

The Council provides a variety of services to American Indians, Native Alaskans and Native Hawaiians living in both Florida and Georgia.  One of its primary goals is to provide technical assistance for the educational, economic, social and cultural advancement of Native Americans.  The Council also provides employment enhancement and vocational training for the economically disadvantaged, underemployed, or unemployed through a grant from the Department of Labor.  Assistance is designed to meet the needs of each individual and to help each participant achieve economic self-sufficiency, increased self-esteem and enhanced computer career skills.

At PC Professor, our goal is to provide academic services and educational activities that result in each participant realizing his or her full economic and employment potential. We prepare our customers for successful participation in today’s competitive labor market via hands-on computer training classes that begin weekly. We do our best to assure that each student receives a quality training experience in a computer-related area that provides a large number of annual openings and above average wages.

This mission, in part, is accomplished by targeting the following goals and objectives:

* Increased Employment
  * Increased Educational Skills
  * Increased Occupational Skills
* Increased Computer Skills
  * Decreased Social Dependency

Since 1989, PC Professor has been thoroughly committed to training each of our customers for computer careers that not only have, historically, provided high wages and job security, but also that which maximizes the use of each individual’s interest and aptitudes.  As a Microsoft IT Academy, student placement is very important to us and we strive to provide current, training-related job leads to any alumni interested in receiving such.

The American Indian Employment and Training Scholarship Program presently provides adult education and classroom training assistance to participating customers as well as funding towards the cost of tuition, textbooks and test vouchers.  Contact us today if you would like to apply for this academic scholarship funding opportunity.

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