Training for a New Career & Certifications

Water/Wastewater Operator & Stormwater Management Training Program

SERCAP’s Water/Wastewater Operator and Stormwater Management Training Program is designed to get you trained and into the workforce. And we’ll be there to ensure your success  throughout the training and beyond!

Brought to you with the help of SERCAP partners Springpoint and Mountain Empire Community College, the program is delivered completely online, at your own pace. We’ll help you secure an internship and make connections to land your new job. After 6 months at your new job, you’re eligible to take your state certification exam.

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Program participants are teamed with a dedicated Program Coach who will coach you to success before, during and after your training. And we’ve added in more support to help you succeed, like:

Pre-training assistance

  • Support to complete your GED, if needed
  • Help to apply for financial aid
  • Help registering for classes

During training assistance

  • FREE supplies and a laptop computer
  • Apprenticeship coordination and placement services

After training assistance

  • Prep for the state certification exam
  • We pay the state exam fee for you
  • Professional networking
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Ready to learn more? Contact Joseph Brown at jbrown@sercap.org or Alanna Rivera at arivera@sercap.org for more information on the Training Program.

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Volunteer for change (VFC) Alternative Spring Break Program

SERCAP’s Volunteer for Change (VFC) Alternative Spring Break Program gives college students an opportunity to serve Virginia communities in need during their Spring Break.  Students volunteer to engage in a wide range of service-learning activities in communities across the Commonwealth of Virginia, including: Town of Narrows, Newport, Roanoke, Town of Glasgow, Apple Ridge Farm, Town of Clinchco, Town of St. Paul, Town of Honaker, the American Legion Post #3, and the Allegheny Mountain Institute. In addition to providing 30 to 35 hours of community service during their week of service, each student makes a financial contribution of $150 to the community they are serving, further investing in the well-being of the community as a whole.