This video features 10 success stories among approximately 4,000 participants that trained through the Cyber Pathways Across Maryland (CPAM) program offered at 14 community colleges across Maryland and funded by a U.S. DOL TAACCCT grant. Students highlighted include a student at a four-year university that needed more hands-on training to get the job he wanted, a veteran returned from service that needed added certifications to work, a stay-at-home mom trying to re-enter the IT workforce, and employees in both coal mining and trucking that dreamed of jumping into jobs of the future to improve their lives.
Interface Media Group, Inc. (interfacemedia.com)
Pete Couste, Executive Producer (petecouste.com)
2018 CC BY 4.0
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This workforce solution was created through a cooperative agreement between a U.S. Department of Labor TAACCCT grant and the Maryland Community College Consortium’s Cyber Pathways Across Maryland (CPAM) program.