Back in 2010, MCFS piloted a workforce training program at Guadalupe Alternative Program School (GAP) in St. Paul. The program teaches young adults who are working on earning their GED computer literacy skills and are provided computer recycling and refurbishing training. At the end of the program, students earn their IC3 certificate and graduate with skills that will lead to a career that provides them with a livable wage and self-sufficiency.
Recently, we headed over to GAP to take some pictures of the students at work, here are some of our favorites. To learn more about GAP, click here.