Terry Campus Students Earn National Career Readiness Certification

Staff Report

Delaware Tech Terry Campus students in the energy and engineering technologies program recently completed the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) program, a nationally recognized work-skills credential. Employers use the NCRC to hire and retain highly skilled workers, as well as to identify and target training needs. The certification is assessment-based and covers three areas: Applied Mathematics, Reading for Information, and Locating Information.

The students who earned certification were Paul Choe, Jeremy Fiske, Donald Keller, John Lamb, Viswanathan Sivaram, James Whitmore, Jeremy Wus and Austin Zinszer. NCRC and other workforce training programs are offered through the College’s division of Workforce Development and Community Education. For additional information on the programs offered on the Terry Campus, please e-mail terry-workforcedevelopment@dtcc.edu or call (302) 857-1400. Online registration is available at https://registration.xenegrade.com/dtccterry. Scholarships and other financial aid resources are available for: select courses; youth offerings; and military personnel, veterans and their families.

 

 

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Delaware Tech Terry Campus students in the energy and engineering technologies program recently completed the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) program. Pictured are (back row, from left) John Lamb; Jeremy Wus; Lisa Falconetti, Special Programs Director, Terry Campus Workforce Development and Community Education; Donald Keller; and James Whitmore. (Front row, from left) Mark D’Allesandro, Instructor, Energy and Engineering Technologies; and Jeremy Fiske. (Not pictured are students Paul Choe, Viswanathan Sivaram and Austin Zinszer).

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