NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR SPRING 2013...Become part of one of the largest and most rapidly growing industries in America – Recycling and Resource Management. The Recycling industry is larger than the auto industry. Did you know, as more cities and businesses develop sustainability and zero waste policies, they need trained personnel to properly manage their resources and programs. Resource management enables business to become more efficient, increase their bottom line, improve community relations and decreased their financial and environmental risks.
The growth in the recycling, composting and reuse industry has created a demand for qualified staff. The new positions range from entry level to managerial and require specialized training, along with individuals who can provide leadership, creative solutions and innovative ideas. Positions include green facility management, recycling coordinators, sustainability team members, reuse operators and 100s of other green, clean and well paying jobs.
California Resource Recovery Association, in partnership with Santa Monica College, is proud to announce the launch of their "California Works Alliance" Industry Certification Program. Funded by a grant from the Department of Labor, students are eligible to receive free training. This program is valued at over $3000 and will be offered free to qualified applicants through the grant scholarship program. Learn from the top experts in the fields of composting, clean production, zero waste businesses, public outreach and education, construction debris management and much more.
Program requires 10 week training course, testing and student project for completion of Level 1 Certificate.
Applications are currently being accepted for Spring 2013 classes. Click below for more information on applying or for a class schedule. Classes will be held in Los Angeles
To Log into the Student Resource Center and access course materials, please use the following link. You will need your login ID and password to access these materials.
This project was funded by a grant awarded under the President's Community Based Job Training Grants, as implemented by the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration. Grant number CB-20565-10-60.
The California Works Alliance is an equal opportunity employer program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. We provide vererans' priority services under the Jobs for Veterans Act.