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You can apply for next year’s
program any time after January 1st. To qualify, individuals must meet
the following criteria:
Age - person must be 60 years of age or older the day of application.
Income level - – to be eligible on the basis of income, recipients’ gross household income must not exceed the following limits:
$1,605.00 monthly……for a household of ------1 $2,163.00
monthly……for a household of ------2 $2,721.00 monthly……for a household of
------3 $3,279.00 monthly……for a household of ------4 $3,838.00
monthly……for a household of ------5 $4,396.00 monthly……for a household of
(Household: a group of related or non-related individuals living together as
one economic unit. These amounts are at 165% of 2014 Federal Poverty
No person is “entitled” to Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program
checks, i.e. the budget does not allow enough checks to satisfy everyone
who wants them and is eligible.
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Alabama's workforce development agency is
offering several classes offering training specifically companies in
North Central Alabama.
Alabama Industrial Development Training's classes range from forklift
training to critical thinking classes. These are the first to feature
specific training for companies in the area.
Classes will be held at the AIDT Alabama Workforce Training Center in Birmingham. The agency expects it will add more classes.
To register, contact Dietriche' L Nolen at 205-719-3220 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here's the full list of classes:
Jan. 27: Forklift Training
Jan. 28 -29: OSHA 10-Hour
Jan. 30: ARC Flash
Feb 9-13: Basic Electricity
Feb. 16-20: Basic PLC
Feb. 24-15: Workplace Behavior and Workface Behavior
March 3-4: Workplace Behavior and Workforce Challenges
AIDT is currently seeking qualified applicants for a pre-employment training program for Glasstream Powerboats at its new production facility in Dothan, Alabama. The
pre-employment training program is for multiple production and
manufacturing positions. Candidates who successfully complete the
pre-employment training program may be offered employment that could
lead to a lucrative career with Glasstream Powerboats. Positions include:
Fiberglass Cutter and Grinder Technician ($10- $15 per hour, DOE)
Final Assembly Technician: Final Fit & Finish, Console
Builders, Lamentation Roller and Mold Technician ($11- $17 per hour,
Final Assembly Technician: Marine Rigger/Installer,
Carpenter/Installer, Upholstery Technician, Carpenter/Woodshop ($11- $18
per hour, DOE)
Final Assembly Technician: Wiring Deck & Hull, Mold Maintenance & Prep Technician ($11- $16 per hour, DOE)
Gel-Coat Sprayer Technician ($12- $18 per hour, DOE)
Requirements for all positions with Glasstream Powerboats include
2 to 3 years experience. All applicants must be 18 years old or older,
and possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent.
Drug screenings are required to be eligible for training and employment with Glasstream Powerboats.
If you are interested in an exciting and dynamic career with Glasstream Powerboats please apply online at: https://jobs2.aidt.edu/index.a4d?fuseaction=jobs.view;tid=16960
The Jefferson County Joint Apprenticeship Committee is now accepting
applications for paid apprenticeship training. Candidates must be 18 or
older, with high school diploma or GED, provide birth certificate,
military discharge/transfer documents (if applicable), and valid State
issued driver’s license or ID. Candidates must first call (205)
595-8711, Monday-Thursday from 9am-5pm or print application from
www.Local91JACenter.org. Applications will be not be taken in person.
The deadline for completed applications isMay 28, 2015.
This position implements and oversees four unique initiatives based upon a collaboration with twenty colleges across the state of Alabama: FocusFirst, SaveFirst, CollegeFirst, and SpeakFirst. FocusFirst trains college students to provide high-tech vision screenings and follow-up care to preschool-age children in Head Starts and day cares in low-income rural and urban areas throughout Alabama. SaveFirst trains college students to provide free tax preparation services and opportunities for economic improvement to working families in Alabama. CollegeFirst trains college and graduate students to help implement a Pre-AP summer academic enrichment program for high school students enrolled in AP math and science courses. SpeakFirst sponsors a debate and college preparatory experience for middle and high school students in the undeserved Birmingham community.
Program Start/End Date: 09/01/2015 - 08/31/2016
Work Schedule: Full Time
Education level: College graduate
Age Requirement: Minimum: 18
Program Location: ALABAMA
Accepting Applications: 12/01/2014 To 08/31/2015
Contact: Sarah Louise Smith 1901 6th Ave N Birmingham AL 35203 205-934-0664 email@example.com www.impactalabama.org