"I heard about the ICD program at my new employee orientation at U.S. Steel. I lived 75 miles from work, 1 hour and 25 minutes one way. There were days I went to class on my day off, which meant driving 3 hours for a 2-hour class, but I kept telling myself it'll be worth it. The computer courses helped me get through my classes and eventually pass the maintenance tests.
"Because of ICD helping me get into maintenance, when U.S. Steel eliminated my department, I had a job before I got laid off. It was well worth the time and effort. I'm now a maintenance tech at B.F. Goodrich in Tuscaloosa, Alabama."