Mesa County Workforce Center-September Newsletter
September is Workforce Development Month!
Check out all of the exciting events to celebrate Workforce Development Month.
Learn about career possibilities withing multiple industry at the 2017 Industry Panel Discussion.
Industry Panel 2017 flyer
Get your “Go Bag” ready with the Job Fest Job Fair Boot Camp! A 2 hour session providing insight from Human Resource professional.
Fall 2017 Boot Camp
Understand the basics of building an engaging and professional profile during our LinkedIn workshop. Register now!
Linked In Flyer-September 2017
Seeking Medical Office Assistants, LPN’s, and RN’s! Primary Care Partner is hosting a hiring event, come join us!
Primary Care Partners Back Office Hiring Event Flyer Sept 2017 FB
Are you between the ages of 14 and 24? Are you looking for a job? Attend a free workshop at the Mesa County Workforce Center to help guide you in getting your next job.
JOB FEST: Multiple Employers with numerous career opportunities available.
JobFest Job Fair 2017
RESOURCES FOR JOB SEEKERS
Struggling with finding a job? The Job Search Toolbox Workshop will provide you with tips and tools on how to land that job.
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.
6 Simple Habits that Change Managers into Effective Leaders
Should Managers Be Required to Take Courses in Hiring and Firing? Yes!
There is still time to reserve a space for the Mesa County Workforce Center JobFest Job Fair on October 5, 2017. Contact Employment Services for more details. (970) 248-7560.
TIPS OF THE MONTH
An acceptance makes us happy, a rejection make us stronger
If You Don’t Fail, You Won’t Succeed
WE’VE BEEN MENTIONED
Employment Specialist Rhonda Johnson received a message from a youth she had been working with letting her know she “got a job.” The young lady explained that she got an internship at her school for suicide prevention. She let Rhonda know that the school staff person who looked at her resumes commented that it was a gorgeous resume with everything where it should be. The youth thanked Rhonda and stated she knew her assistance is what helped her get the internship.