The Center for Enterprise is your partner in ensuring that your business or organization is strong and competitive. We provide training and value-added solutions that help you and your employees stay on top of today’s business and industry demands as well as plan for the future.
Training for the Continuously Changing Economy
The Center for Enterprise will customize training to meet your business or organization’s needs. Training can be held at one of Northeast’s facilities or at yours. Your customized training solution will be arranged to fit your business schedule and include various shifts, if necessary.
Small Group Employee Training
The Center for Enterprise offers valuable learning and development solutions for businesses interested in training small numbers of employees.
Coaching and Consulting
The Center for Enterprise offers coaching and consulting as solutions to add value to any organization. Coaching is utilized to supplement training or to enhance or hone in on a particular skill or process. Consulting sessions can be utilized for anything from facilitating strategic planning sessions to developing a new sales or process map for your organization.
The bootcamps provide individuals basic workforce readiness skills, tools and techniques related to the application and management of quality production, customer service, and safety. Participants will obtain the skills needed for success in a variety of positions. Successful program participants will be prepared to earn a set of stackable certificates, nationally recognized credentials, and the foundation for more advanced technical skill training. A bootcamp can be developed for any industry based on the skill sets you are looking for and the outcomes needed.
Grants and Incentives
The Nebraska Worker Training Program is a business incentive program to support the retraining and upgrading of Nebraska’s current workforce. Training is central to preparing Nebraskans to excel in the workplace and marketplace today and in the future. The goal is to broaden the state’s skill pool through grants for training projects that help build productivity, enhance earning capacity and job security.
The Community College Gap Assistance Program was created to prepare for the pending shortage of skilled and educated employees by offering financial aid to community college students taking non-credit courses that could lead to jobs in high-need fields. The Gap Assistance Program creates opportunities for low-income students who would not be eligible for federal financial aid because they are not enrolled in courses for credit that lead directly to a degree. Low-income students who comply with financial requirements, will receive grants that will pay for expenses directly related to the assessment, training, and testing associated with Gap eligible and approved programs.
Whether your company is interested in filling full-time, part-time and/or internship positions, Career Services is committed in helping you fulfill your employment needs. Career Services offers many career focused tools and events with an online job board, career fairs, campus interviews, and options to connect with the campus community.
Professional Continuing Education
Northeast Community College offers a variety of courses that fulfill continuing education licensure requirements for various professions. Northeast works closely with regulatory agencies to assure that continuing education courses meet approval guidelines.
Degrees and Programs
Northeast Community College offers many options for incumbent and individual worker success and sustainability in the age of the lifelong learner. We have the expertise to train and certify your employees.
For those looking to continue their education, Northeast Community College has over 80 programs and concentrations. Complete a Prior Learning Assessment to begin your path today. The Prior Learning Assessment is a process that involves identification, documentation, assessment, and recognition of the learning you have acquired through formal and informal study. Prior Learning includes learning acquired from work and life experiences; correspondence and extension courses; individual study and reading; civic, community, and volunteer work; and participation in informal courses and in-service training sponsored by associations, business, government, and industry. Learn More