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Google IT Support Professional Certificate Scholarship Application

 

Please answer the following questions to be considered for a FREE* scholarship to take the "Google IT Support Professional Certificate Program" at St. Petersburg College through our partnership with "Jobs for the Future (JFF)" and Google.

 

For more information on the "Google IT Support Professional Certificate" please visit: https://grow.google/programs/it-support/

 

*You must qualify for this free scholarship and only the first 125 qualified applicants will be admitted on a first-come, first-serve basis.  After the 125 spots are filled, students will be placed on a waiting list.  If other students in the program become inactive or do not complete, waiting list students will gain access to this training on a first-come, first-serve basis.  This is a fully online, self-paced program without a live instructor assigned.  Students must be self-motivated to complete and comfortable with a self-paced format.*

 

Employ Florida & Age Requirements

* 1.

Do you have an Employ Florida account?

* 2.

Are you 18 years of age or older?

Scholarship Application

* 3.

Enter Your Full Legal Name:

* 4.

Enter Your Phone Number:

* 5.

Enter Your Preferred E-Mail Address:

6.

If you are affiliated with a local SPC community partner, please indicate the name here (Example: CareerSource, City of St. Petersburg, Grow Smarter, Urban League, YearUP, etc.  You can leave this field blank if you are not affiliated with any partners.):

* 7.

Select ALL that apply:

8.

How did you hear about this opportunity?

* 9.

I understand that this certificate program consists of FIVE self-paced, fully online courses that must be successfully completed to earn the "Google IT Support Professional" certificate.  Students will have a maximum of SIX (6) Months to complete all courses in this certificate.  You can expect to spend approximately 5 hours per week to complete everything in 6 months.  If any registered student is inactive in the class or not showing adequate progress, they will be removed from the course and your space will be assigned to another student. 
 

If you have any questions or comments about this survey, please contact Dan Fumano at Fumano.Dan@spcollege.edu

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