Pro Trade Job Development of Milwaukee is a locally operated, minority owned skills training program that teaches life long painting and carpentry trade skills to area men and women.
This is specifically targeted towards individuals that have few opportunities in the current job market.
Within the last year, the program holds an outstanding 80% success rate of individuals finding employment.
Tim Tiuitt, a recent Pro Trade graduate, is an outstanding example of this success.
After being incarcerated for nearly 18 years, Tim was released from prison this past spring with the goal to make an honest living for himself.
Pro Trade suited Tim’s needs because the program does not discriminate against individuals on age, gender, past felonies and or offenses.
Tim took advantage of the resources offered to him, and was able to build himself back up both personally and professionally with Pro Trades classes and support.
He is now employed with a promising future lying ahead.
Pro Trade’s painting and personal development program is so advanced that he feels confident enough to work for himself and start his own business.
For further information, please contact Rashaad Washington, Senior, President of Pro Trade Job Development at (414) 763-8084.
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