Goodwill Industries of North Louisiana, GINLA is focusing its efforts on the weakest people in society. April is the Second Chance month. They organize events and job fairs for incarcerated people and others struggling to find work to help them get back into the job market.
The event will highlight the variety of companies which are willing to hire individuals with previous convictions. There are also sources like incentives for tax-free spending, financial aid and workshops on employability skills.
Fanshawe College Community Job Fair
Fanshawe College will host a Community Job Fair on Wednesday to help students find full-time, summer or co-op work. In order to assist those returning from breaks, the College as well as Employment Ontario are partnering to organize the Return for Good occasion.
The three-day conference will include employers from various sectors, including manufacturing, skilled trades , health and healthcare, and fast-food chains. Many schools will be represented that will highlight the numerous possibilities of careers for those looking to make a mark in the field they choose to pursue.
The very first multi-sector job market took place in April, organized by Fanshawe College Career and Employment Services as well as Norfolk County Tourism and Economic Development. The event was attended by over 100 potential job seekers as well as local companies. They expect the same number of people to attend for Brantford or County of Brant fairs. Brantford as well as the County of Brant fairs.
CTA Second Chance Job Fair
The CTA’s Second Chance Job Fair will take place on this Wednesday. CTA is in the process of continuing the search for train and bus drivers as well as mechanics in order to overcome the severe shortage of staff. In order to attract and keep new workers, it plans to organize an open job fair.
According to the CTA More than 1,700 people from Chicago are served through Second Chance. Brian Steele, a spokesperson for the CTA stated that SCP assisted participants in developing the skills needed for work and to pursue careers that would allow them to secure permanent employment within the CTA.
The program may be put in limbo until the CTA as well as the two unions with whom they collaborate, reach an agreement on the renewal of the agreement. As per Kenneth Franklin, President of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 30,8 This could result in the demise of the 63 Second Chance workers.
SC Works Upstate Job Fair
The Second Chance Job Fair is an excellent alternative if you’re looking for work , but aren’t sure how to begin. It is a great opportunity to meet potential employers, and talk about co-op, jobs that are full-time or part-time.
A lot of job fairs take place throughout the Upstate. The Spartanburg’s SC Works Greater Upstate, Spartanburg Community College and Spartanburg Community College organize an open job fair on Thursdays for graduates who are new or looking to make a change in their career.
Sign up online for the conference. The registration is cost-free. Prior to attending the event, it’s an excellent idea to make sure that you’ve got a fresh CV.