Ready2Work Class Four
Monday, October 22nd – Participants in the 4th PSEG Ready2Work class began their 7-week journey that will lead to a future career in Connecticut’s construction trades. The Ready2Work program is the first step in obtaining a high-paying union apprenticeship which paves the way for future induction into the participants union of choice. The program offered acceptances to 14 Bridgeporters, but after final drug test results, the class is comprised of 12 Bridgeport residents and an additional 3 from various parts of Connecticut for a total of 15 students.
The Apprenticeship Readiness Training program aims to prepare Bridgeport residents for careers in Connecticut’s construction industry. Ready2Work is part of a half-million-dollar private investment in the residents of the city of Bridgeport. Students will attend five classes over a 14-month period comprised of classroom instruction hours along with hands-on training. All classes are held at the Bridgeport Harbor Station site.
Providing opportunities like the Ready2Work program to those in our community is just one way that PSEG strives to make a difference for the City of Bridgeport and its people. Congratulations to our 4th Ready2Work class and we wish you the best of luck over the coming weeks!