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POWER Program

Personal Options With Employment Results (POWER) Program.

The POWER Program is an employment training program offering single parents and couples experiencing unemployment or under-employment an opportunity to obtain a college degree or short-term training, participate in internships and experience structured job search.
We open the door to help break the cycle of poverty – helping students become self-sufficient.
Students must meet eligibility requirements.  Contact the POWER Program for more information.

Students involved with POWER are offered a variety of career training opportunities.  Enhancing job performance awarness and abilities is also a common goal.

The Program operates out of Southwest Technology Center (Room 122 and 126).

An assessment of each student is required to determine skill level, interests, and aptitudes.    POWER students are available for voluntary on-the-job training to qualifying employers.

Click this link for Southwest Technology Center.



For more information, contact Leslie Brown, POWER Program Director, @ 580-480-4748