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Meet the Recruiter – Teleperformance 12:00 pm
Meet the Recruiter – Teleperformance @ Chesterfield Workforce Center
Oct 14 @ 12:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Hiring for: Customer Care Professionals or Call Center Representatives, Licensed Property & Causality Insurance Agent, and Member Services Specialist. Teleperformance Flyer 10-14
Meet the Recruiter – Labor Ready 1:00 pm
Meet the Recruiter – Labor Ready @ Chesterfield Workforce Center
Oct 14 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Hiring for: Auto Services, Construction, Events, Hospitality, Logistics and Warehousing, Manufacturing, Retail Support Restoration Waste and Recycling. Labor Ready Flyer 10-14
Meet the Recruiter – Perdue 1:00 pm
Meet the Recruiter – Perdue @ Chesterfield Workforce Center
Oct 14 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Hiring for: Certified Lift Truck Operator, General Laborer, Palletizing, Picker, Production Supervisor, Receiver Warehouse Supervisor Perdue Farms Flyer 10-14
Teleperformance Recruitment Event 1:00 pm
Teleperformance Recruitment Event @ Chesterfield Resource Workforce Center
Oct 14 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Meet the Recruiter – Lowe’s 9:00 am
Meet the Recruiter – Lowe’s @ Downtown Workforce Center
Oct 30 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Hiring for: Retail Stores –Store Management –Customer Service Sales Specialists –Loss Prevention Corporate –Contact Center–HR –IT –Legal –Marketing –Merchandising –Store Support Distribution –Management –Team Member Lowe’s Flyer 10-30
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This is the perfect opportunity for employers and job seekers to find others who understand the tremendous value of diversity. Diversity in gender, race, and culture brings different perspectives that break up “groupthink” stagnation. This results in increased creativity, insight, and efficiency — not to mention the benefits that come from truly connecting with new customer markets.
This relaxed environment also features a festival celebrating the cultural diversity of our region with entertainment, games, food and fun — so bring your family along! The festival and career fair are free to the public and accessible by the GRTC bus line.
Register online right now.
Employers – http://tinyurl.com/TMCFF2015
Job seekers – http://tinyurl.com/TMCFFJOBSEEKER
Current Employers Include:
- Crane Master
- CDS Tractor Trailer
- Brown Distributing
- ITT Tech
- Environmental Training Group
- InterSpan Resources
- Bergman Brothers
- Sears Home Pro
- Massey Agency
- Lamb Exterminating
- Liberty Tax
- Chesterfield County
- Henrico County Police
- Chesterfield County Police
- All State
- State Farm
- TransAmerican Network
Need more information? Contact Felicia Ainsa at email@example.com or 804.226.1941 x235.
On April 25, 2015 CRWP and its Youth Council hosted the first annual InspireYouth@Work Summer Opportunities Fair. This event was a huge hit – attended by 430 young people ages 14 – 21 and 23 vendors. At the end of the day these youth received 126 summer offers, both paid and unpaid. This video tells you all about it.
On June 4, 2015 CRWP hosted the Richmond launch of the new Veterans Economic Communities Initiative (VECI). Richmond is one of the first 25 communities selected across the nation to start this effort as announced by Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert A. McDonald on May 18th in Dallas, Texas.
VECI aims to increase the number of education and employment opportunities for Veterans and their families by networking and drawing together existing community efforts. New Richmond Economic Liaison Denise Laman explained, “I’m here to better connect and amplify your efforts to support servicemembers and their families. Through focused collaboration, we’ll become a model community that the rest of the nation will want to replicate.” Laman has lived and worked in Richmond for over 25 years in both the private and public sectors.
Upcoming VECI initiative work includes education on the use of the VEC™ employment center tool, the development of a Richmond Veteran learning hub, and policy academies to resolve systemic impediments to serving servicemembers.
The launch was well attended by a variety of representatives from government, military, private business, non-profit organizations, and educators. This diversity of perspectives and services was already sparking interesting ideas and conversations about how to assist Richmond’s veterans and fuel a dynamic regional economy. Work groups to develop and implement these ideas will be forming in the upcoming months.
To learn more about this initiative and how you can get involved, contact Denise Laman, VA Economic Liasion, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Felicia Ainsa, CRWP Business Solutions Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Denise Wise didn’t let getting laid off slow her down. She used her passion for helping people with chronic disease to launch her own business through the Greater Richmond GATE program that she learned about at the Resource Workforce Centers.
GATE, which stands for Growing America Through Entrepreneurship, has information sessions at our centers on a regular basis for those interested in starting their own business. Sessions last an hour from 10:30 – 11:30 am.
- May 5 & 26th at the Chesterfield Workforce Center, 7333 Whitepine Road
- May 12th at the Richmond Workforce Center, 203 E. Cary Street
- May 19th at the Henrico Workforce Center, 121 Cedar Fork Road
- Walk-ins every Friday at Richmond and Henrico from 9:30 – 12:00
Read the rest of Denise’s story here.