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SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (December 10, 2013) – Technical Employment and Training, Inc., (TET) San Bernardino County Schools, and National Education Advocacy and Training, Inc. (NEAT) are hosting the 3rd Annual Celebration of Success on Tuesday, December 10th from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The event will be held at Technical Employment and Training, Inc. located at 194 N. Leland Norton Way (corner of Third Street and Leland Norton Way), San Bernardino, CA 92408.

TET and NEAT are showcasing their partnership dedicated to creating training and employment opportunities for the Inland Empire. TET is celebrating its third year of providing advanced manufacturing and precision machining training to the Inland Empire. The shared commitment to the economic vitality within the local communities, this event is showcasing the success stories, programs available to the business communities and the possibilities of new partnerships.

The goal of TET and NEAT is to work with business, educators, training professionals and the local community to improve the skill level of the employment base. The local training site delivers a program specific to the needs of employers; students are able to gain hands-on experience operating machinery and a keen insight to industry processes and procedures. TET assists all students with direct placement and prepares them for a career in a multifaceted and growing industry.

“This initiative was designed to create a solution to unemployment – the biggest difference in what NEAT has to offer, is we start with the needs of the Businesses”, said Phil Sanchez, NEAT President/CEO. “We work with the business to connect the dots- identify the training, connect with the right school, and locate necessary funding. NEAT is focused on the ongoing collaboration to benefit the community and get America back to work. This school was selected based on their success record, their certifications and the strong curriculum”
To register or to contribute please contact Wendy Clements at 909.484.4203 or at


TET is a 501 (c)3 non-profit nationally recognized, industry specific training facility. TET is sponsored by a multitude of industry employers to train according to the precise needs of businesses. TET has the versatility to train for machining, manufacturing, construction, and Certified OSHA Safety Training.

NEAT a 501 (c)3 non-profit that certifies, facilitates and oversees alliances between private and public sectors designed to improve the local economies by creating jobs, investing funds and gainfully employing local citizens. The NEAT alliances are able to access funding designed to provide education, training, payroll reimbursements and tax credits to employers. NEAT’s strategic focus is on assisting Dislocated Workers, Disadvantages Individuals, and Unemployed Veterans successfully enter back into the local workforce.

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