HONOLULU (KHON2) — If you’d like to learn some skills that could land you a job, there are free classes at the University of Hawaii Community Colleges.
Some of the free classes include pharmacy technician, carpentry, nurses aid and commercial driver’s license prep.
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Classes start in the summer.
To see what classes are available and to sign up visit the Hana Career Pathways website.
“While our state continues to revitalize its economy, we must focus on educating our own residents to fill the high-demand jobs in our communities,” said UH President David Lassner. “These fast-track trainings being offered by our UH Community Colleges are an opportunity to build a quality workforce pipeline for our local employers and to help our communities return back to work.”
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A UH spokesperson said taking these classes can lead to internships and job interviews.