New Century Careers Update
Message about COVID-19
New Century Careers continues to do its part by pausing all training sessions until further notice. While our sites are closed, our staff is still available as they work from home. These are difficult times, but we look forward to reopening to provide all of our valuable programming to the region and we continue to encourage applications for training.

For additional resources that may assist manufacturers, please refer to this online resource we've created.
Jobs Available
In response to the COVID-19 crisis New Century Careers is currently gathering information about local manufacturers who are seeking employees during this critical fight.
If your company or one you know needs entry level workers please let us know by contacting Patrick Bendel at (412) 258-6668 or bendel@ncsquared.com.
Save the date- Giving Tuesday!
With staggering levels of unemployment in the current crisis, job training is more critical than ever. Please support NCC this spring Giving Tuesday, May 5th, to allow us to prepare the next generation of manufacturing professionals. You can also donate today.
NCC is accepting applications for the tuition-free M2K Machinist Training Program and M2K Quick Train classes (the first 125 hours of the M2K program).

Classes are FREE to qualified students and are offered in three locations:

  • Eastern Westmoreland CTC Machinist Training - Evening Classes
  • McKeesport Machinist Quick Train - Daylight Classes
  • Pittsburgh (South Side) Machinist Training - Daylight and Evening Classes

For additional information on classes or to begin the application process, call Samara Rosenberg or Eric Pferdekamper at 412-258-6620 (option 4) or contact NCC online.
M2K Spotlight
Jaylen earned an associate’s degree in Drafting and started working at Hamill Manufacturing. His supervisor recommended Jaylen come to New Century Careers and join the M2K program to learn more about the manufacturing process.

“Since I did a lot of drafting, learning what everything on the paper (blueprint) means, you get a new view of what you’re making on the computer because it’s a physical thing in front of you,” Jaylen said.

Jaylen's goal right now for the future is to become a full time CNC programmer.
New Century Job Shop
As we anticipate our ability to reopen our Job Shop in the coming weeks, we thank all of our loyal customers for the work they have provided to allow NCC to continue real-world work experiences once our trainees return. 

If you would like to have the Job Shop quote any work for you, please contact our Job Shop Manager, Jody Fazekas at 412-745-1013 /  fazekas@ncsquared.com .
M2K Alumni
New Century Careers acknowledges all alumni and reminds them we offer lifetime placement assistance. If you need help with your job search, contact 412-258-6620.
Ways to Support New Century Careers!
The best way to help is by making a donation .
New Century Careers accepts and welcomes gifts of stock.

For more information, please contact Tanika Harris at 412-564-4794 or harris@ncsquared.com

Please consult legal or tax professionals for specific information regarding your individual situation.
Do you have a vehicle you no longer need or use? Consider donating it to New Century Careers through the Vehicles for Charity program! Every donation helps NCC continue providing tuition-free programming.

Click here to make a vehicle donation.

Questions? Contact Tanika Harris at harris@ncsquared.com.
Shop on  AmazonSmile   and support NCC's efforts to continue providing tuition-free machinist training! Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of eligible AmazonSmile purchases to registered charities.

Please choose New Century Careers here .
NCC is a designee for the United Way Contributor's Choice campaign.

NCC's designee code is  1461264.
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New Century Careers (NCC)
305 East Carson Street 
Pittsburgh, PA 15219 
New Century Careers is a nonprofit manufacturer and technical skills development organization serving the Southwestern PA community through inclusive access to technical training opportunities while helping employers find and develop technicians seeking purpose, passion and success in the workplace.