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Go from the classroom to a new career in months with an Asnuntuck Healthcare Career Certificate program.

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The Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU) Advanced Manufacturing Centers Initiative was chosen as the Northeastern Economic Development Association’s (NEDA) Program of the Year and will be recognized at NEDA’s 2014 Annual conference in Worcester, Mass., in September.
ACC's Dean of Workforce Development and Continuing Education Eileen Peltier was interviewed yesterday on NPR for the additional SNAP Funding ACC has received. Please find a transcript of the interview, which is featured on NPR's homepage, below.
Asnuntuck Community College (ACC) has received an additional $50,000 in SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) funding for scholarships in the college’s Healthcare Career programs. ACC is a partner in the SNAP E&T Program, a federally-funded initiative that provides scholarships for SNAP recipients to receive the training needed to obtain jobs with high growth prospects. These funds are administered through the Department of Social Services (DSS).