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GCC career programs paying off early

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - Two of five who earned their National Career Readiness Certificate through the Guam Community College's Community Access Point in Inarajan have already landed jobs. Once a part-time carpenter, Jesse Taimanglo completed six to ten hours a week on online skills development as well as two hours a week on a village beautification project.

At the conclusion of the KeyTrain program, he scored gold and was recently hired as a full-time tinter/detailer at island tinting.

Taimanglo says the program gave him confidence to secure a higher paying job.

If you're a business looking for employees, contact 735-5574 or email chelsa.munabrecht@guamcc.edu

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