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4:39 PM / Sunday July 5, 2020

12 May 2018

Free Student Job Training! Beech​ Companies​ is offering​ a Free Utility Training Program for students

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May 12, 2018 Category: Color Of Money Posted by:

ABOVE PHOTO:  From left:  Bernard Savage,  Ken Scott, Beech President, Chris Brown and Charles Wilson, instructor

Beech will be working with C.W. Wilson consultants to prepare students for the CAST exam required for employment. 

This​ class​ ​is scheduled for the week of May 20​th.  ​A​n ​additional class will be scheduled for June​ before PECO begins testing and interviews. 

This is a great opportunity for people in our community with at least a high school education and good math skills to work at PECO or ​another​ utility​ company​ in the USA as a lineman/woman or gas operations mechanic.

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These jobs with over time can earn over $100,000.

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