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MoHealthWINs 

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MoManufacturingWINs  

 

East Central College is pleased to participate in the MoHealthWINs and MoManufacturingWINs Programs which are designed to increase the number of Missourians who hold postsecondary credentials, with a focus on educating more students in health services, health science, and manufacturing.

 

Funded by grants from the U.S. Department of Labor, the programs are designed to serve Trade Act participants as well as veterans, unemployed and underemployed individuals, and low-skilled persons in Missouri. 

 

Through both grants, East Central will be able to help students develop the math, reading and writing skills needed to be successful in their career. The programs will also acquaint students with organizations and professionals in the fields of health care and advanced manufacturing so they have an understanding of what is required to be successful prior to even starting classes.

 

Tuition waivers are available for eligible applicants and programs through the MoHealthWINs and MoManufacturingWINs funding.

 

Throughout the year, ECC will host sessions providing details on careers in the health and advanced manufacturing fields. Each session is designed to introduce potential students to the opportunities available in those industries as well as the college admissions process.  Career exploration and an individual skills assessment will be discussed.

 

Upcoming Transitions Gateway Sessions

at ECC in Washington

   

Dates and times to be announced.
  

Since space is limited, people wanting to attend should call 636-239-0598,  Ext. 2918 or email: mowins@eastcentral.edu .  Individual appointments can also be scheduled. 

 

Attendees should bring a current driver's license or government issued ID.

 

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