Vocational training can be invaluable in your professional development, but for most, a two-year program isn’t practical. Maxine Waters Employment Preparation Center provides a solution, offering short-term training that can be completed in just six months to a year.
In order to maximize your employment potential, MWEPC’s programs are designed to lead to specific professions. Some of the available programs include:
- Automotive Repair
- Culinary Arts
- Clinical Medical Assistant
- Nursing Assistant
- Emergency Medical Technician
MWEPC also offers basic skill courses like Computer Operation, Basic Reading/Math, GED Prep and ESL.
Anyone over the age of 16 can enroll at MWEPC. The main admissions requirement is an Enrollment Assessment Test, which will determine your ability to benefit from the center’s programs. Certain programs have different reading level requirements, and some also require a math test.
There is a registration fee of $20 for 9-week classes and $30 for 18-week classes. However, students over the age of 60 and those receiving public assistance, such as food stamps and unemployment benefits, are exempt from these fees.
Quick Facts about Maxine Waters Employment Preparation Center
Large City Setting
Small (Under 2,000 Students)
On-Campus Housing Available
- Total Students
Full-Time vs. Part-Time Students
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