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The Transportation Careers Training Program (TCTP) seeks to increase the number of minorities, women, and disadvantaged individuals within the SC highway construction industry. Opportunities may include employment on highway and bridge construction projects, in the commercial trucking industry, and in other aspects of the transportation industry. Highway construction trades provide an opportunity for a career with high wage potential.
For consideration for the TCTP, you must meet the following minimum requirements:
Must reside in & provide proof of residency for Fairfield county
Must be unemployed /underemployed
Must be an economically disadvantaged female or minority
Must be willing to travel for training or employment
Must have an interest in the highway construction industry
Must be 18 or older with a valid driver’s license
Must provide 10-year driver’s record
Must provide proof of a High School Diploma or GED
Must successfully pass a pre-enrollment drug screening
For more information and to apply in person, please contact Ms. Venus Sabb at 803-705-4631 or via email at email@example.com.
NEWS & UPDATES
Interview with "The News in Kingstree"
Benedict-Allen CDC Executive Director, Mr. Larry Salley and Program Coordinator Mrs. Venus Sabb speak with Michelle of The News in Kingstree, SC about a new No-Cost Transportation Careers Training Program offered in Williamsburg County, SC
TCTP Fairfield Program Now Open to Richland & Kershaw County
SCDOT approved a plan to extend the outreach and eligibility for the program to Richland and Kershaw County residents. A total of twenty (24) applications from both counties were received for the program.
Participants receive hands-on instruction and training in Fairfield county from Heavy Equipment Instructor, Mr. Conner
Mr. Jamie Johnston, the Resident Maintenance Engineer, for Fairfield County DOT, conducted a presentation on July 25th that focused on employment in the Highway Construction Industry. Mr. Johnston discussed responsibilities and job opportunities with the participants. He discussed the requirements to obtain entry level positions