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Mass. College offering marine career course

An introductory course on career opportunities in the marine industry begins Sept. 17 at Massasoit Community College in Massachusetts.

The course is being offered as a result of the Massachusetts Marine Trades Association/Massasoit Community College Jobs in Boating Grant. Upon completion of the 45-hour course, participants will be awarded an industry-recognized certificate.

Visit http://www.massasoit.mass.edu/workforce_development/jib/index.cfm for information about JIB and MCC’s marine courses.

For enrollment in the Marine Trades Basic Certificate course, contact the MCC Marine Trades Project office at (508) 588-9100 Ext. 2032.

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