Strengthening Working Families Initiative
The Strengthening Working Families Initiative provides assistance locating quality childcare options and discussing funding options. A personalized coach helps with balancing life, work, and school, and planning for a satisfying career. Space is limited.
This program helps parents and guardians of young children access certificates and careers in high-demand industries: advanced manufacturing, healthcare, information technology. Supported programs are subject to change.
|Medical Assistant (current CCD students only)||49||3-4|
|Food, Nutrition & Wellness||8||1|
Business Technology (Administrative Professional in General Business, Healthcare)
|Healthcare Administrative Professional||34||3|
|Computer Technology in Healthcare||25||2|
|Computer Services & Support||31||2-3|
|Machining (Basic, Intermediate)||23-29||2-3|
|CNC Machine Tool Operator||41||3|
|Industrial Maintenance Technologies||41||3|
|Welding (Basic, Intermediate)||17-29||1-3|
All SWFI services are provided free of charge if you are accepted into the program.
- You are 17 years of age or older
- You have a high school diploma or equivalent (GED)
- You are the parent or a guardian of a child under 14 years of age
- You are eligible to work in the United States (must have a social security number), DACA accepted
- You are able to successfully complete the application and meet the readiness standards
- You plan to complete a certificate and start working in one of the following high-demand, high-growth fields: healthcare, information technology, advanced manufacturing
Connect with Us
To learn more and apply to the program, please visit the SWFI home page and complete the interest form. Our SWFI team can help you find a qualified childcare provider and help you complete your CCD credential to find work and start a career.
The Strengthening Working Families Initiative is funded by the Department of Labor and Employment