Henry County and Martinsville have some of the highest unemployment rates in our state. But come this fall, things could be looking up. Eastman -- a window film manufacturer -- is helping create a certificate program with local schools. WDBJ7's Alison Parker joins us live in the studio to explain how it works. Eastman, Patrick Henry Community College, New College Institute and several community groups have created a 28-credit, advanced film manufacturing program. Students will learn industrial safety and hygiene skills. For two of the classes, they'll learn the process of making window film. Thirty percent of the window film in the world is manufactured at Eastman. Those at Eastman say many of its employees are about to retire -- and there's a high demand for people with those skills. Rhonda Hodges with p-h-c-c says this is a great way to bring more jobs to the area. Rhonda Hodges: i think it should be so exciting for the community to know that there are jobs available, and that employers want to help them get the training to be able to get those jobs. And not just jobs, and careers -- not just a job, but a career. Enrollment starts August first, and the program is open to anyone. If you want to learn more about the advanced window film manufacturing program, there is an information session tonight at 5:30. It's in the Frith Building at Patrick Henry Community College in Martinsville. Alison Parker, wdbj7.