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Galveston College has been awarded funds to help area businesses
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Galveston College has been awarded funds to help area businesses deal with the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Funds are available for training and retraining existing full-time employees, as well as furloughed and laid-off employees and new hires.
Examples of training that can be provided to large and small businesses include digital marketing and web design, sales and marketing in a digital world, health and safety in the workplace, software skills for new technology, customized training to aid with job reassignments, and more.
Galveston College Continuing Education staff will work with employers to evaluate their specific needs and develop a customized training plan to put them on the path to recovery.
For more information, contact Rick Segura in the Galveston College Continuing Education department at (409) 944-1292 or rsegura@gc.edu.
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