We’ll help you make the leap from wishing to working.
Have you always enjoyed solving problems?
Ever thought about working in software or IT?
Have you done a little of it already?
Are your ready to change your career direction for the better?
If you answer “Yes” to these questions, you may be a good candidate for TechHire Maine. Call your nearest TechHire Navigator to learn more!
Northeastern Workforce area (Aroostook, Hancock, Penobscot, Piscataquis & Washington counties): Aleigh Wood, email@example.com, 207-561-4042
Central/Western Workforce area (Androscoggin, Franklin, Oxford, Kennebec, Somerset counties): Charles Woodbury, firstname.lastname@example.org 207-753-9082
Coastal Counties Workforce area (York, Cumberland, Sagadahoc, Lincoln, Waldo and Knox counties): Dylan Barnett, email@example.com, 207-274-9131;
Kyle Olson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Depending on a candidate's current skills and experience in math, computing and English language, there are three tracks available:
1. Comprehensive Training > 2. Bootcamp > 3. Rapid Employment
TechHire begins with a free assessment of interest and core competency, then offers a variety of resources to help candidates move through the three tracks to workforce readiness:
Call one of the above TechHire Navigators to learn how you can begin the process of getting trained and getting to work in a surprisingly short time. You can create an account on the Maine Job Link anytime.
If you’re a Maine employer in need of workers with technical skills, TechHire could be a great fit for you! Call us at (207) 347-8638 to learn more.
This 4 million dollar project is fully funded by a U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration grant awarded to and managed by Coastal Counties Workforce, Inc. Additional partners include: Educate Maine, Maine Dept. of Education, Workforce Solutions, Central Western Workforce Development Board, and Northeastern Workforce Development Board.
Maine has been designated a TechHire Community because these ten key Maine employers embraced the idea from the very start that valuable tech employees don’t necessarily come through the traditional route of a computer science degree in college. They pledged to recruit and hire candidates based on their demonstrated technology skills regardless of where they gained them.