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CareerSource Tampa Bay offering information technology scholarships to students

The “TechHire” scholarships cover tuition for specific training programs.
CareerSource Tampa Bay is offering scholarships for information technology training to students. Pictured is the CareerSource office in Tampa in 2017. [DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD   |   Times (2017)] [CLIFFORD, DOUGLAS R.  |  Tampa Bay Times]
CareerSource Tampa Bay is offering scholarships for information technology training to students. Pictured is the CareerSource office in Tampa in 2017. [DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times (2017)] [CLIFFORD, DOUGLAS R. | Tampa Bay Times]
Published Aug. 21, 2019

CareerSource Tampa Bay is offering scholarships to students aged 17 to 29 to help them learn technology skills that local businesses are looking for. The “TechHire” scholarships fully cover tuition at qualified programs, and range from $100 to $3,000. There are also lab and certification fees for the training programs.

“Training and paid work experience opportunities to young adults in high-growth industries and occupations critical to the regional economy: healthcare and information technology," CareerSource said in a release.

Applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent degree, be employed or underemployed, be a U.S. citizen or be eligible to work in the U.S. To apply, visit https://careersourcetampabay.com/pages/TB_techhire.

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