Mar 21, 2014 - From staff reportsCentral Wyoming College is offering low or no-cost training in health care careers for veterans, unemployed and under-employed people. Individuals looking for a career change may also be eligible.
The program, made available by the federal Healthcare Solutions grant, teaches skills for professions that are in demand by Wyoming employers. The types of careers available to those completing the programs include information technology, health science and medical professions. The average pay for the careers ranges from $25,300 to $51,600 annually.
The curriculum includes pre-health, a transfer degree option for those seeking careers in medicine, chiropractic, physical therapy, dentistry, optometry and pharmacy. Classes may be scheduled in the evenings or online.
For more information, contact Janet Webb at 855-2044 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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