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© 2019 REEMERGE SC

Tel: 803.722.1775

Fax: 803.722.1170

1515 Richland Street
Columbia, SC 29201
nholland@REEMERGESC.com

ABOUT REEMERGE

What is REMERGE?

REEMERGE is a 6-12 month reintegration program that uses employment, coaching, education and entrepreneurship. Program participants receive a curriculum of study in HVAC, industrial electrical, landscaping or carpentry, as well as real work experience, classroom study, and professional coaching. The REEMERGE staff coordinates all job placement and work experience. The work experience will be with a licensed and certified contractor. 

REEMERGE prepares program participants for an entry-level position in HVAC, industrial electrical, landscaping and carpentry; after a year of employment, business training and professional coaching, the participant is then ready to continue with gainful employment within that industry.  

REEMERGE makes no claim or guarantee that the completion of this program will automatically qualify participants for continued employment with their assigned employer.  

 
 
WHAT PARTICIPANTS CAN EXPECT
  1. Job placement. 

  2. A job that pays a livable wage;

  3. A job in the construction industry or a similar field;

  4. A higher quality of life and versatility of skills;

  5. Credentials (certification or licensure) that are  recognized nationally and often globally; 

  6. The opportunity for college credit and future degrees

  1. Be at least 18 years of age.

  2. Be able to solve mathematical problems at an

    eighth (8th) grade level.

  3. Be able to successfully complete the entrance exam.

  4. Be drug and alcohol free.

  5. Be unemployed or underemployed.

  6. Be able to adhere to a strict attendance policy.

  7. Be able to lift 50 lbs.

  8. Be willing to work outdoors in all types of weather.

  9. Be able attend orientation and Fast Trac© Training sessions.

WHAT EMPLOYERS CAN EXPECT
  1. Skilled workers trained to  industry / employer specifications;

  2. A pipeline for new, skilled workers; 

  3. Reduced turnover; 

  4. Reduced worker compensation costs due to an emphasis on safety training;

  5. Work Opportunity Tax Credits

 
 

PROGRAM ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Sheriff Leon Lott, 
Richland County Sheriff’s Department

Rev. Edward H. McDowell, Jr.,
Columbia City Councilman, District II

Representative Leon Howard,
SC House of Representatives

Marjorie Hammock, MSW,
Retired, Chief of Social Work for SCDC 

Gilbert Walker,
Executive Director, Columbia Housing Authority

Vince Ford, 
VP, PRISMA Health
 Community Health Services

Ron Rhames, Ph.D., 
President of Midlands Technical College

J. Michael Daniels II, 
Manager, SCSEP Programs
Goodwill Industries

Jim Manning, 
Richland County Councilman, District 8

Cliff Wilson, 
President & CEO, The Centric Group, LLC

William Edmonds, 
VP, MB Kahn Construction

Dwight James,
Former Executive Director, SCNAACP

Barbara Rackes, 
CEO, The Rackes Group

WJ Milton, 
CEO, W.J. Milton Heating & A/C Company, LLC

Dawn Sloan
Retired, Director of Expungement

5th Judicial Circuit Solicitor’s Office

Jan E. Merling
Retired, Public Health Educator
 

This project is funded by a grant from
 the U.S. Department of Commerce, 
Minority Business Development Agency

 
 

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