Augusta Economy More News | Fort Gordon | Plant Vogtle | Savannah River Site | Editor

ADP launches job training program for Augusta-area veterans

  • Follow Local Business

Local veterans will get a chance for further training and employment opportunities through a pilot program launched by ADP.

ADP has partnered with Workforce Opportunity Services, a nonprofit that places veterans in scholarship programs to aid in post-service employment, to offer veterans in both Augusta and El Paso, Texas, a six-month classroom training program beginning in January and ending with possible permanent employment, ADP announced Monday.

Eight chosen participants will take a Georgia Institute of Technology course at Georgia Regents University’s Augusta campus, through a partnership between the two institutions. The scholarship includes a weekly stipend, health benefits and fully paid tuition. At the end of the semester, veterans will begin a year paid consulting period at ADP followed by a potential full-time hire.

ADP and Workforce Opportunity Services are currently recruiting veterans for the program and will select candidates in December.

Top headlines

Grade your officials

Recent events have called into question the leadership of some of the area’s top officials and governmental bodies. So we want to know what you think of our leaders.
Search Augusta jobs