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The History and Importance of HBCUs
Before the Civil Rights movement, historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) offered Black Americans one of their only routes to a college degree. These institutions helped Black Americans pursue professional careers, earn graduate degrees, and advance their education in an inclusive environment. Today, HBCUs like Howard University, North Carolina A&T State University, and Morehouse …
CareerSource Research Coast and New England Wholesale Fish & Lobster have partnered together to launch of a new Distribution and Logistics Technician Registered Apprenticeship program to expand career opportunities in distribution and logistics for new and existing employees at New England Wholesale Fish & Lobster’s 20,000-square-foot seafood processing facility in Stuart, Florida. During the 12-month work-based training program, apprentices will earn $15 to $18 per hour to start and complete 80 hours of related technical instruction (RTI) and two thousand hours of on-the-job (OJT) training. The RTI and OJT both address core technical competency needs for higher-skilled, higher-wage positions in logistics.
Program applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent and experience with computerized inventory control systems and leading a team. Forklift operator certification is preferred but not required. Interested candidates may contact Susan Haggard at email@example.com.