The one-day event, held from noon-4:30 p.m. on October 14 at Island Grove Regional Park, provides numerous on-site services – including health screenings, resume writing help, education counseling, veteran services – directly to individuals and families who are struggling to pay for these services on their own.
Several cosmetology students from IBMC College’s Greeley campus is will be on-hand to provide haircuts to attendees. Eleven student volunteers provided more than 240 free haircuts to Weld County residents at last year’s Weld Project Connect, which served more than 1,350 people.
Weld Project Connect is a joint effort between the city of Greeley, the Board of Weld County Commissioners, United Way of Weld County, North Colorado Medical Center and many others, offered about 68 different services at no cost to residents. For more information about the Weld Project Connect, visit their website, weldprojectconnect.webnode.com.
For more information about the cosmetology program, or any of the accelerated career-training options at IBMC College Greeley campus, visit ibmc.edu or call (970) 356-4733. IBMC College offers small class sizes to provide one-on-one attention and hands-on training, giving students the real-world experience necessary to be successful in their career path.
About IBMC College:
If you are seeking a new direction in your life and looking for a profession that offers opportunity, rewards, stability and the chance for you to utilize your passion, check out IBMC College’s programs, or take the career quiz to see which program may be right for you.
IBMC College does offer financial aid, grants and scholarships to those who qualify. The college is locally owned and has been providing life-changing career training since 1987. IBMC College is a proud supporter of over 50 nonprofit, green energy, military, youth, and single family and community organizations.