What is ICD?

Wanting to learn something new this year? ICD can help!

The Institute for Career Development (ICD) is an understanding during the 2006 Master negotiations between the United Steelworkers and Goodyear to offer and facilitate both credit and non-credit education programs.

ICD covers a wide range of classes to meet any interest or skill level. Instruction ranges from basic skills, such as GED preparation or financial investing, to graduate-level college courses. You can also take a variety of classes that teach technical skills, such as plumbing, electrical wiring or small engine repair, and a wide array of computer classes are available as well.

ICD provides members up to $2,500 per year in tuition assistance for accredited college courses and up to $2,000 per year for approved customized courses. To be eligible to apply you must be an active member. A laid off member must apply within the first two years of layoff. A retired member must apply within the first year of retirement.

If you have any questions about how to use the ICD program or you have a custom course you would like to see offered contact our ICD Coordinator, Robert Havens.
Robert can be reached at the Hall at (785) 234 – 7893 or by email at [email protected].