“The Connextions team is really looking forward to this collaboration with Woodson University, APSI and the Mike Minter Work Development Program. We are hiring over 1,200 people NOW in the North Carolina area for our Concord and our new South Charlotte solution centers – so we truly appreciate the support we’re receiving through this partnership to get the word out to job seekers about our great health careers.” said Todd Baxter, executive vice president of Connextions, Inc.
This collaboration allows our work development program the ability to introduce work ready training courses to adults throughout our region, said, program founder Mike Minter.
Residents of Cabarrus/Mecklenburg County and surrounding markets seeking high-demand occupational training can now take these courses at Woodson University. "We are positively excited to partner with Connextions, the Mike Minter Work Development Program, and APSI to deliver the highest quality training and education in these hardest of economic times. This partnership delivers job-ready knowledge, skills and abilities to individuals seeking to improve their lives and the communities in which they live”, said university president, A.L. Fleming
"APSI is extremely excited about the partnership with Woodson University and Connextions, and the Mike Minter Work Development Program. Our programs have been instrumental in assisting candidates become certified and placed in high demand jobs. This academic partnership will extend our efforts in helping unemployed, veterans and dislocated workers throughout the U.S.,” said APSI chief executive officer, Scott Coulter
For more information call Woodson University at 704-762-1394
For more information about APSI call 704-944-3528 or visit www.apsicorp.com
For more information about Connextions call 877-772-6868 or visit www.connextions.com
# # #
Woodson University is dedicated to teaching, research, public service. As a 21st-century Christian university, Woodson has a primary emphasis on providing a globally-endowed education to its students.