For more information, please contact: Wyatt Dube 

Polk State Corporate College houses three workforce grants that provide educational and career pathways for unemployed individuals and incumbent workers alike.

The Southeastern Economic and Education Leadership Consortium (SEELC) grant is a partnership between six colleges in Florida, North Carolina and Tennessee focused on improving the skills and employment of individuals in manufacturing.

The Training and Certification Programs in Manufactured Construction (TRAMCON) grant is a continuation of the Employment in Advanced Manufacturing (ETAM) initiative.

The FloridaTRADE grant is a twelve college consortium [Broward College, Daytona State College, Florida State College – Jacksonville, Gulf Coast State College, Hillsborough Community College, Indian River State College, Palm Beach State College, Pasco-Hernando Community College, St Petersburg College, Tallahassee Community College and Valencia Community College] which provides training and educational pathways for three separate constituencies: unemployed individuals, veterans, and incumbent workers

For more information on the individual grants, please follow the links below:

Polk Partnership for Industrial Employment

The Southeastern Economic and Education Leadership Consortium (SEELC)

Training for Manufactured Construction (TRAMCON)