Our Partner Agencies
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Project HELP is offered at Central Community College, Mid-Plains Community College, Northeast Community College and Southeast Community College and is supported by the Administration for Children and Families and the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. The program is also supported by the following partner agencies:
Nebraska Workforce Investment Board (NWIB)
The Nebraska Workforce Investment Board (NWIB) brings together representatives from business, labor, community-based organizations, education, higher education, human services, economic development, government and other critical groups to rethink and restructure the way that workforce development services are planned and delivered so they meet customer needs. Visit their website...
Nebraska Apprenticeship Office
The Registered Apprenticeship System combines supervised on-the-job training with technical classroom instruction in subjects related to the apprentice’s chosen occupation. The apprentice has the opportunity to earn a living while gaining skills, and pay raises are awarded throughout the program as skills increase. Apprenticeship has been proven to be a very successful strategy for preparing skilled workers to help America compete effectively in the global economy. Visit their website...