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InspireYouth@Work Summer Opportunities Fair, March 5, 2016

The Capital Region Workforce Partnership
(CRWP) is proud to announce the return of the
InspireYouth@Work Summer Opportunities Fair
on Saturday March 5, at the Richmond Convention
Center from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. This unique job
fair is a free opportunity for government, business
and not-for-profit organizations to publicize their
summer opportunity, job, volunteer, internships
and leadership development openings suitable for
youth ages 14-21.
We encourage all businesses and organization
to participate. If you don’t already have young
workers, create positions for them! We will have
more than 500 youth and their families who want
to work and grow with you. Join the movement…
InspireYouth@Work. Register today at www.InspireYouthAtWork.org.

Check out the video below to see what we did last year!

Virginia Economy Looking Up

RICHMOND – Governor McAuliffe announced today that Virginia’s employment level reached 3,848,000 in November, the highest in the Commonwealth’s history. Virginia’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was unchanged in November at 4.2 percent, after declining the previous four months. Moreover, initial unemployment claims are at their lowest level in 41 years.

“These latest economic milestones are a clear sign that our efforts to build a new Virginia economy are paying off,” said Governor McAuliffe. “I am particularly pleased that our record employment is accompanied by an increase in the average weekly wage for Virginia workers. This is undeniably good news for Virginia, but we cannot afford to let up now. My administration is eager to continue our momentum both by bringing new jobs and investments here in the short term and by making smart investments and policy choices that will lay a foundation for economic growth for decades to come.”

If you’re unemployed or underemployed, then contact us today to get started on building your new future!

Military Recruitment Event December 8th

An interesting FREE recruitment event is coming up on December 8th at John Tyler Community College. The Department of  Veteran Affairs and Resource are organizing a job fair that is limited to 100 veterans. Veterans must register and submit their resume beforehand as resumes will be forwarded on to the employers. At this event, the veterans will be seated at tables, and the employers will rotate around having a timed interval to visit and talk with each group.
This is first-come, first-serve registration. Once the 100 veteran spaces are gone, the others will be placed on a wait list. Participating employers include: Ace Hardware, All State, American National,  Brown Distributing, Bon Secours, Care Advantage, Cintas, Team Fischel, United States Postal Services, Titan America, VCU Health Systems, and Powhatan Ready Mix.
In order to attend, you must be:
  • A Veteran of the Armed Forces
  • A serving member of the National Guard or Reserve
  • An active duty Service Member with less than 3 months left until EAS/ETS
  • Military spouse
Coffee and lunch will be provided. To register for this event, go to:
and send your resume to allen.fryman@dvs.virginia.gov.


Youth Resource Fair was held Oct. 22nd


Are you a professional (from any field of expertise) working with young adults?

If you are, we have an opportunity for you to learn more about youth-related services available in the Capital Area! On October 22, 2015 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm, the Capital Area Youth Workforce Transition Council will hold a Resource/Networking Fair at the Henrico Training Center.

Register while there are still spaces available at http://tinyurl.com/2015youth-connections.