ECA Offers EPA Training

ECA is honored to join fellow grantees such and Landforce in Pittburgh and West End Neighborhood House in Wilmington, in delivering the En­vi­ron­men­tal Work­force Devel­op­ment Brown­fields Job Train­ing pro­gram. ECA's Knight Green Jobs Training Center plans to serve 54 students, preparing residents of some of Philadelphia's poorest zip codes with a broad set of certifications in environmental remediation and helping them start their careers.


Look forward to future postings when we start recruiting for the first cohort!


https://www.post-gazette.com/news/environment/2021/03/18/Landforce-homewood-pittsburgh-nonprofit-receives-200-000-U-S-EPA-grant/stories/202103180182

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