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From the monthly archives: August 2016

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Collaboration brings skilled trades training for area homeless

On July 26, 2016, a program was launched in the Greater Lansing area that will be making a difference in the lives of many area residents. The B.O.P. Program (Building Opportunities for People) was created in collaboration with local electrical company Consolidated Electrical Contractors, The Greater Michigan Construction Academy and the Ingham County organization Homeless Angels. The purpose of the B.O.P. Program is to provide an opportunity for the homeless community of Greater Lansing to build their skill set in order to find employment opportunities that allow them to enjoy a better way of life.
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Greater Michigan Construction Academy / Saginaw County Schools fall registration deadline approaching for high school students.

Students will convene at Mackinaw High School, Monday through Friday for two class hours of their regular school day (1-3pm) receiving instruction and hands-on training in various disciplines related to skilled trades. As the students move through the skilled trades content, they will receive certification of each level
completed through NCCER. No additional cost will be required from the students to participate.
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