Students will take classes five days a week for six months. When they complete the program, they'll earn the National Retail Federation's professional certification in customer service and nine college credits.
"To take the PluggedIn program, I was hoping to get experience on my resume to look better and hopefully land a job in the receptionist area of things,” said Amber Roberts, prospective PluggedIn student.
The program officially kicks off in January and goes until June 2014.
There are information sessions scheduled for Wednesday at noon and Monday, December 9 at 6 p.m. at the Adult Learning Center in the Ix building.
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