October 22, 2017
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PlumChoice partners with community college

The Associated Press

SCARBOROUGH, Maine — A company that provides remote computer support services will use grant money and a partnership with Southern Maine Community College to train up to 350 workers for future employment.

PlumChoice says the initiative was facilitated by the nonprofit economic development group Maine & Company. It’s being funded through a $550,000 grant from Maine Quality Centers, part of the community college system.

A 72-hour course is specially designed for PlumChoice. For workers, the grant means they won’t have to pay the typical $1,000 to $2,000 to get certified in the tech support field.

Employees who stay on for six months would get a bonus. PlumChoice pays tech support people between 20 and 30 dollars an hour plus benefits.


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