UC launches Cincinnati Talent Acceleration Program to provide...
September 14, 2021
The Ohio Department of Higher Education awarded UC a grant to improve the skills of 200 low-income adults to jump start their path to career and college.
The Cincinnati Talent Acceleration Program (CTAP) provides work-integrated learning to motivated individuals to prepare them for current and future workforce opportunities.
Current programs are specifically focused on low income, unemployed, and underemployed individuals to help them gain skills to increase employment and earning potential. Classes are held at UC's Victory Parkway Campus and the 1819 Innovation Hub on the Uptown Campus. The program will work with employers to match new skill set creation with critical business needs.
Next session begins soon, please register for student orientation to find out more.
Interested individuals must attend an orientation prior to enrolling in the program. Orientation will be held via Zoom and you will receive complete information on how the program works and what you need to do to finalize your enrollment. If you have questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
For detailed information on the program, please see our "For Adult Learners" page.
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The program is specifically focused on low income, unemployed, and underemployed adults to help them gain skills to increase employment and earnings.
Adult learners benefit from career education and in-demand workforce training, Microsoft Office Suite, and CompTIA certification, plus basic math, reading and writing skills assistance.
It is an end-to-end workforce readiness solution to prepare adults for entry level computer user support specialist roles with starting salaries at $31-$48K (median) Reference: Ohio's Top Jobs List.