Mesa County Workforce Center Newsletter-April 2019
Big 5 Sporting Goods is coming to town! The store is seeking energetic people to join their team. Check out the flyer to learn more about the event: Big 5 Sporting Goods
RESOURCES FOR JOB SEEKERS
LinkedIn Workshop: During this 1 hour and 15 minute workshop, you will learn how LinkedIn can you help you network effectively and make professional connections during your job search process. Detail about registering for this event on the flyer provided: LinkedIn Flyer-May
Job Search Toolbox Workshop: Come learn the fundamentals of job searching, resumes and covers, and interviewing. The Job Search Toolbox Workshop is offered every Wednesday and Friday from 10:00 am-12:00 pm. Contact the Job Services team at: (970) 248-7560 to register!
What do you want to be when you grow up? FindYourFuture helps Young Adults explore careers and launch a job search that opens doors to new possibilities.
RESOURCES FOR BUSINESSES
We are dedicated to helping businesses across Mesa County succeed and thrive through our network of resources. We provide up-to-date economic, workforce, labor market data, and recruiting trends that allow you to make informed business decisions that impact your bottom line.
As a Veteran of the United States military or a spouse of a veteran, are you aware of all of the benefits available to you? The Veteran Affairs Officer is designated to help you access a variety of services including obtaining discharge papers, filing claims, information and access to benefits like pension, healthcare, education, home loans, survivor death benefits, burial and so much more. Along with the veteran benefit services available, the Mesa County VetWorks Program can offer support services and training opportunities related to employment needs for veterans, as well as a variety of career services.
Appointments are necessary:
Brian Oney: 970-248-2733
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