State to Roll Out Components to CareerConneCT Workforce Program

HARTFORD — Gov. Ned Lamont has announced the rollout of key components to CareerConneCT, the state’s workforce program and a nationally recognized model. The $70 million program is supporting individuals through tuition-free job training, case management, supportive services and employment assistance.

Statewide and regional programs under the initiative will lead to industry-recognized credentials that create pathways to employment in high-quality, in-demand careers at no cost to participants. Administered by the Connecticut Office of Workforce Strategy, CareerConneCT is made possible by the federal American Rescue Plan Act.

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