Sierra Nevada Job Corps offers hands-on training in the below training areas. Get started today.
Building construction technologists maintain and repair machines, mechanical equipment, flooring, plumbing, electrical systems and HVAC systems, usually in large buildings.
Carpenters follow blueprints and building plans to install and fix structures and construct and install building frameworks.
Cement masons place concrete by pouring, leveling and finishing concrete.
Certified Nurse Assistants assist in providing basic medical care to patients by measuring vital signs and recording medical information.
Culinary Arts professionals will work directly with food and beverages in the kitchen.
Electricians install, maintain and repair electrical power, communications, lighting and control systems in homes, businesses and factories.
Hospitality professionals will communicate directly with customers to provide customer services at a hotel’s or other establishment’s front desk.
Automotive service technicians and mechanics perform basic care and maintenance, including changing oil, checking fluid levels and rotating tires
Medical Administrative Assistants often fill out insurance forms and code patients' medical information and record medical charts.
In Office Administration, you will manage databases, records and documents.
Painters apply paint, stain and coatings to walls and ceilings, buildings, bridges or other items such as cars, jewelry and ceramics.
Pharmacy Technicians work under pharmacists and assist in measuring, labeling and recording amounts and dosages of medications.
Plasterers use brushes, trowels and other tools, equipment and machines to measure, mix and apply drywall and plaster.
Security and Protective Services professionals protect and enforce rules at secure facilities.